With the disgrace, incompetency and overall outrage at the Trump administration, many are hoping for relief in the 2020 presidential election, but don’t look to Oprah Winfrey.
The media mogul said during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter’s podcast Awards Chatter that had no plans to run for office, notes The Root. “I will never run for public office,” Winfrey said. “That’s a pretty definitive thing.”
When pressed further and asked if she thought she could beat Donald Trump should he decide to run for a second term, she was even more adamant about not running. “I don’t know. I don’t know the answer to that,” she said. “But I will never have to know the answer to that because I will never run for public office.”
And with that, Mother O just shut down any possible hopes that she could save us from a possible repeat of #45 and his gang of fools. With both Michelle Obama and Winfrey out of the running, it appears that the democratic frontrunner could be former Vice President Joe Biden.
Meanwhile, Winfrey is gearing up for the season two premiere of the hit OWN network drama series Queen Sugar, which is slated for a two-night premiere on June 20 and June 21 at 10P.M.
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‘I Will Never Run For Public Office:’ Oprah Sets The Record Straight was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
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