Famous TV star and metamagnet not yet made a final decision about participation in the elections in 2020
Before the next presidential election in the United States for several years, but the performance of the actress and media Mogul Oprah Winfrey at the ceremony “Golden globe” has caused talk about whether she’s going to challenge Donald Trump in 2020.
“We welcome the challenge, whether it’s Oprah Winfrey or anyone else,” he told reporters at a press conference on Board the presidential aircraft, Deputy press Secretary of the White house Hogan Gigli. “We welcome everyone. We welcome all comers”.
Winfrey’ve never run for Federal office, or local governments, just as Donald trump – real estate Mogul in new York – began their campaign in 2015. After Sunday its proposal about the need for “a new day” for the United States applauded the stars of the film industry, fans Oprah has announced its support in the social networks of the presidential campaign Winfrey vs trump.
63-year-old Winfrey, the award-winning Cecil B. DeMille for lifetime achievement, said backstage at the ceremony that she has no plans to run for President of the United States. For 25 years Oprah Winfrey has conducted a daily television talk show and now controls the cable TV network, which she founded – “OUN” (“Own”). Winfrey’s longtime partner Stedman Graham, which quoted the newspaper “Los Angeles times” said that “it depends on the people, and she’ll do it.”
CNN quoted two “close friends,” Winfrey, who requested anonymity, that it is “actively thinking” about whether to run for President, but the final decision is still pending.
At the time, Oprah Winfrey endorsed democratic Senator from Illinois, Barack Obama, when he announced his candidacy for the US presidency in 2008, and former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton, who lost the election in 2016.
It is unclear who the Democratic party will fight with Donald trump for the presidency in 2020. While attention is focused on the November elections in Congress will be re-elected the composition of the House of representatives and a third of the Senate.