Here's What Trump Has Said About Oprah In The White House
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Date: Monday 8 January 2018, 12:00 AM
Media: Refinery29

About the person Donald Trump:
Art: Corporation, Television, Politics
Genres: Entrepreneur, Construction, Founder, Executive, Management, Real Estate, Urban Development, Presidency, Republican Party, Celebrity TV, Reality Show, Reality TV, Documentary TV, Talk Show, TV News, TV Personality, TV Programming, U.S. Presidency, Conservatism, Federalism, Fiscal Conservatism, Right-wing Populism, Social Conservatism
Notable Artists: Donald Trump, Oprah Winfrey
Notable Organizations: Refinery29
Back in March 2017, Oprah Winfrey's best friend Gayle King said the following about the media mogul's potential of running for president in 2020: "I would bet my first, second-born, and any unborn children to come, that ain't never happening. Never. I'll say never on this one. Nevah, N-E-V-A-H. Nevah." In a brief interview she gave as she was getting into her car right after the Golden Globes last night, King was singing a different tune. "President Winfrey, doesn't that have a nice sound? It could be Madame President. But you know, the people have to decide. She's always said no, but I did think the speech took things to a different level tonight," King told X17 Online's videographer. Oprah does like to say that everyone deserves the right to change their mind. Long before her soul-stirring Golden Globes speech, speculation had swirled about Oprah running for president, a testament to our national fascination with celebrity politicians that goes back at least as far back as Ronald Reagan's presidency. Although Oprah denied that she was going to run in a backstage interview after the awards show, earlier today CNN reported that two of her close friends anonymously said she is "actively thinking" about it, although she hasn't made up her mind. (Gayle? Is that you again?) And her longtime partner, Stedman Graham, told The L.A. Times that if the people wanted it, "She would absolutely do it." Judging by the popularity of #Oprah2020, many people do want it, but throughout the years she has both hinted at running and said she would never run.
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