Trump: 'I'll beat Oprah. Oprah would be a lot of fun.'

He is the least popular first-year president on record, and has also been accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct, although he has vehemently denied the allegations.

[A] 2014 report in The BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal) reported that less than half of the recommendations on his show are based on at least somewhat believable evidence.

While private discussions have apparently been ongoing for months, the idea has now entered the public consciousness after the star's speech at the Golden Globe Awards in LA.

Then there was this from Chrissy Teigen who simply responded: "ew go away". "She is doing very well for herself and this is not something she is seeking or trying to encourage people to even encourage her to run". "A lot of what she was saying just wasn't getting through". Taking the top spot, naturally, is Donald Trump, who sits at 2 to 1 odds. The one that gives credit to the opposition when it is due... After throwing a cursory compliment towards the Democratic Party's roster of potential candidates in 2020, she said she was looking for a presidential candidate with "military service [and] political experience". In the episode he wakes up in 2000.

Trump must be quaking in his boots. Constitutionally speaking, tens of millions of Americans meet the basic qualifications, Winfrey included.

"I will never run for public office". "Oprah, I love Oprah", Trump said.

CNN, citing two of her close friends, reported on Monday that the television and movie producer and actress was actively thinking about making a White House bid. MSNBC hosts want Oprah to run because (a) they think, what the hell, if Trump won, maybe another billionaire celebrity can win, and (b) they'd have such a great time extolling her virtues.

TRUMP: Oprah. Your competitor, right? "The idea that you get to be separate, especially when you are working in the White House, in the West Wing, is delusional". She really did want to say, 'Enough already, ' and I think she delivered on all that in a very eloquent way. We all know she's a very good talker.

In 2007, she interviewed anti-vaxxer Jenny McCarthy, who claimed her son's autism was caused by a jab intended to fight measles, mumps and rubella.

Somewhere deep down all this Winfrey hype has to make Hillary Clinton a bit perplexed.

"To tyrants and victims, and secrets and lies".

Perfecting her personal appeal is not the challenge for Winfrey. King's nonviolent views become so unpopular following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that he leaves to live in Canada. Former Obama adviser Van Jones followed that up by challenging Winfrey to take up the mantle of leadership.

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