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I'd beat Oprah Winfrey if she ran — Trump

17 Enero 2018

"If she'd do it, she'd be fantastic". After the performance, her longtime partner said Winfrey would "absolutely" consider a bid.

"I can eat anything I want; I just can't eat it at the same time", Winfrey told People in January about her history of dieting. She used the show's success to build a media empire encompassing movie production, magazines, cable TV, and satellite radio, becoming one of the world's richest women. "It was very nice", he said. "So how would that work, exactly?" He praised her again in 2015, calling Winfrey a friend.

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Mr Trump's unlikely ascent to the White House dominated last year's meeting at Davos, as Chinese leader Xi Jinping defended the merits of globalisation in a keynote speech. I've been on her show.

Winfrey eventually earned a full scholarship to Tennessee State University to study radio and television broadcasting. Yes, America does need its first black female president. As with Winfrey, it was all about what everyone else needed from her.

US President Donald Trump on Tuesday welcomed the idea of talk show host Oprah Winfrey running against him in the 2020 presidential election, but said he would easily defeat her.

Congress is racing to agree a budget package which aims to include an agreement on immigration, including a deal on 'dreamers' - undocumented people who were brought to the United States as children. Winfrey even picked up her first endorsement in Meryl Streep, who told The Washington Post, "She launched a rocket tonight".

With the question of whether America could elect a television star already answered, odds of a Winfrey presidency are already looking up.

Raised in Nashville, Milwaukee and Mississippi, she was raped as a 14-year-old by an uncle and became pregnant, until she miscarried the baby.

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President Donald Trump has long admired Oprah Winfrey, the much-beloved media mogul and self-made billionaire. "I think one of the arguments against Oprah is 45".

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However, he also reiterated his demands for funding for a border wall, a demand that Democrats have staunchly opposed. She has donated to the Democratic National Committee and state Democratic parties as well. You can make a lofty donation to the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund that is available to support your father's accusers. timesupnow.com'.

Several people close to Winfrey said she has been following the news coverage and appreciated the groundswell of support. "She would be a serious candidate", said Jennifer Palmieri, former White House communications director under President Barack Obama and the communications director for Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign. "I mean, she's popular, she's brilliant, she's a wonderful woman", Trump told CNN's Larry King.

Mr Trump's job approval rating was just 32% in December, according to an Associated Press-NORC poll.

Fast forward more than 15 years, and Mr Trump was still singing Winfrey's praises.

"What does she think this White House is about?"

"I like Oprah. I don't think she's going to run", Trump added. "I don't think so".

I'd beat Oprah Winfrey if she ran — Trump