Apparently, the man believes the TV personality will not run, but if she decides to do it, he is sure he'll be able to beat her nonetheless!
When asked about it, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said questions about Mr Trump's health were "frankly, pretty ridiculous" and blamed his slurred speech on a dry throat, "nothing more than that". While listening to the speech, it had reminded me of then little known Sen.
"I think the person she trusts the most with it is herself". But the latter tossed her support to Trump's opponent Hillary Clinton by responding, "I'm with her".
"I think Oprah Winfrey would make an absolutely brilliant president", the director, who's in London promoting The Post, told Britain's The Guardian newspaper. "She was unbelievable", he said. "I don't know whether if she sits down and really thinks about it that it is something that she would ultimately engage in", he said by telephone from his home in CT.
"I think the control around the brand and the image largely could be about trust and who you trust with it", White tells Henderson. I mean, she's popular, she's brilliant, she's a wonderful woman'.
She added, however, "You always have the right to change her mind".
Her possible run came up at a media call with President Trump.
She also talked about the kind of people she interviewed and how these large number of people share one thing in common, "an ability to maintain hope for a brighter morning, even during our darkest nights".
Winfrey never mentioned running for office.
Trump has the backing of 66 percent of Republicans, 12 percent of Democrats and 38 percent of unaffiliated voters. Was it the beginning of a presidential campaign? "If we're talking about (Kirsten) Gillibrand or (Elizabeth) Warren in 2020 (for the presidency), that's 2020".
People are listening to their own wants - people really like Oprah, and she's see as the acceptable and palatable face of black female success. Would she want to endure nasty speculation about her relationship with Gayle and Stedman?
As John Kass points out, all Oprah has to do is hold out her hand and star-struck Democrats will hand her the nomination. That alone would provide a huge incentive to attend one of her presidential campaign rally.