Oprah Winfrey Wins US Presidency in Hypothetical Race Against Trump

Claudine Rigal
Janvier 13, 2018

Under the surface they both have celebrity status, a background in TV, and no previous political experience. I've commented before that I'm not convinced he will, or that he would survive a primary challenge, and that's even before the Russian investigation was putting his presidency in increasing peril. She would have been 98 on Sunday. The study had a 3 percent margin of error.

"... There are so many women's stories out there that need and deserve to be told", Rachel Brosnahan, who plays Midge from the show "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel", said.

If you missed the cartoon - which ran for four seasons on mid-2000s Adult Swim and was based off of a comic of the same name - you missed a gem of societal commentary. "I tried many, many times to explain what a moment like that means to a little girl", she said. Or that she couldn't win?

The White House continued to field questions about a potential Winfrey candidacy Tuesday afternoon. On the one hand, Trump's abysmal performance in office proves, as if it needed proving, that experience is a good thing for a president to have. She would clearly run as a Democrat. One sign that Oprah is throwing her hat in the ring will be if she starts wearing red ball caps inscribed "Make America Book Reading Great Again".

Oprah is loaded. After decades of being a success, she's amassed quite a fortune. Ostensibly, it was her acceptance of the Cecil B. DeMille award for "Outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment".

While The Boondocks creator Aaron McGruder spent his time pushing sensitive subjects and stretching boundaries, he also put his finger on the truth on a regular basis.

Tim Graham, director of media analysis for the conservative Media Research Center, said King's position with CBS "is like having an Oprah press spokesperson on staff". "And ultimately I respect it".

It looks like people are finally starting to realise that we should be taking capable black women seriously, and hiring them in leadership roles. Actors and actresses wore black to protest the sexual harassment that has been in the news for past several months.

She endorsed Clinton in 2016. "It is the greatest offering you can give".

"Yeah, I'll beat Oprah", Trump told reporters during a meeting, NBC News says. It offered hope - a commodity that has been in desperately short supply. These actresses, producers, directors, agents and lawyers (including an old classmate of mine) have announced a range of actions, including setting up a multimillion-dollar legal defense fund for women in low-wage jobs who are most likely to face workplace issues. The life of a billionaire media mogul is much more pleasant than the life of a president.

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