Golden Globes: Oprah Winfrey reportedly contemplating run for presidency in 2020

Oprah reportedly contemplating presidential run.

Oprah entertains presidential run?

Mass Appeal Wire Reports

BEVERLY HILLS — Oprah Winfrey has accomplished plenty. The 63-year-old media proprietor has concocted her own television network, she’s provided ample employment opportunities for the likes of Dr. Oz and Dr. Phil, and she’s earned boatloads of cash. Now, word on the street claims Oprah is contemplating a run for presidency in 2020. Insiders say her confidants have privately urged her to give it a shot. The conversation gained momentum Sunday night when Oprah accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the Golden Globes. If she decides to run, Oprah will garner a plethora of female votes.

Many viewed her “new day is on the horizon” speech as a campaign rallying cry.

So, what are her chances of winning? Many political strategists agree that Oprah’s wealth and popularity would make her a formidable Democratic candidate. Critics, however, wonder if America would be inclined to elect another celebrity as president for the second time in a row.

Should Oprah run for president?

Do we need another celebrity in office?

Share your thoughts below.

12 comments

  1. Native American

    TRUMP 2020 … IVANKA 2024

  2. Mister Democracy

    Perhaps if she started machine gunning out progressive policies id vote for her, because given her national reputation I hope she wouldn’t lie like a career politician. But no, if she wants to talk like Obama, Biden, and Clinton count me out. We don’t need someone like Tom Perez saying “We lead with our values.” because theres no stakes in it; its meaningless.

  3. We cannot allow a billionaire tv star with no political experience in the white house.

  4. Dear Miss “O”,Im 57 yrs old,Ive seen Presidents come and go,some good some not so good ,and some who are rightout lying moron’s,Ive watched you over the years,you have been a honest,kind woman,you have helped black,white,and all colors of human beings,I helped elect Barach Obama,and I never thought that a black man would ever hold office,but he did,this last election,I thought it might be the year for a woman to hold office ,but the powers to be decided other wise.I know that you have a wonderful full life,and I have no right to ask you to jump into the fire,which is politics,but I heard you say that the year for women is hear,I heard you speak with such passion ,My prayers are now that a good woman such as youer self,will find it in youer heart to save our country,make it a place for all people,a kind place,a country that people would listen to,not laugh at,right now ,we are hated by soo many other countries,we have others wanting to nuke us,sad and scary times we live in,and I really think you could change that for all of us,just a simple old southern womans hopes and views,hope this message finds you.

  5. She just gave a good speech and everyone started saying she should be president wtf? I know we are all desperate to have a decent president and anyone could be better than what we have now but we should stop electing celebrities

  6. Just what we need… another black president. And a woman black president. There wouldn’t be another white sitcom in the nation.

  7. No she should not, because she has both Republicans and Democrats that love her. Why would she choose between 2 best friends? Her popularity would be cut in half and money… plus she would fucken lose her big fat Ass! GO TRUMP.

  8. Jereck Falarenth

    Hell no!!!! 😡. Presidency is becoming a joke….

  9. – Should Oprah run against Trump?
    – No way.
    -Why?
    -She won’t win.

  10. Cant imagine oprah dealing with kim jong un if she become president lol. I wonder if she gonna crying and begging for kim to stop his nuclear programs like she did in her golden globe speech crying and weeping for attention lol

  11. This is a really bad idea. Oprah is not qualified to be president and neither is Donald Trump.

  12. After Donald trump became president every one believes they can be the next president

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