Oprah would easily beat Trump in a presidential election, poll says

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"A new day is on the horizon", she announced to roaring applause.

In her speech on Sunday, Ms Winfrey paid tribute to women who have spoken out about the sexual abuse they have suffered.

"But there is a big difference between being a talk show host and a media mogul and being president of the United States".

US President Donald Trump is getting his first medical check-up since taking office, a head-to-toe exam as questions swirl about the health and fitness of the oldest person ever elected to the nation's highest office. "I like Oprah", the president told reporters at the White House.

"I'm not going to focus on anyone's campaign other than President Trump's re-election", the press secretary said.

"Oprah would be a lot of fun". Which brings me to this: What I know for sure is that speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we all have.

Many took her worlds as a political statement and a subliminal announcement of her possible future in politics.

"Listen, Oprah has got a very nice life".

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The government is arguing that printing them is a national security risk. "I don't know how you do that", he added. Here's a Spielberg quote in the Los Angeles Times: "I thought this was an idea that felt more like 2017 than 1971".

"Oprah. I love Oprah".

He says she'd be able to walk the walk when it comes to unifying a highly polarized electorate.

LINDA MOTTRAM: Donald Trump there. You tweeted that you're glad people are finally taking her seriously as a presidential candidate for the Democrats. Why? The speech prompted people across the country to urge her to run for president in 2020, as a challenger to Trump.

I think she's been a plausible candidate at least since 2008 when she stumped for Barack Obama in the south, in the primary and possibly even longer than that.

Oprah Winfrey earlier this week said she is considering running for USA president.

But the Kiss From a Rose star isn't buying the idea that she was completely unaware of the disgraced movie boss' alleged sexual misconduct - as detailed in New York Times and New Yorker exposes previous year (17).

Black voters heavily supported Clinton too, giving the Democratic nominee an 80-point advantage, 88 per cent to 8 per cent, over Trump on election day, but it wasn't almost as much support as the voting bloc gave President Obama in 2008 and 2012.

She is just unbelievable charismatic. "I was up talking to her late last night". People are lining up to support someone for president without her having issued one policy statement. I do think that.