Steven Spielberg: If Oprah Winfrey runs for president, 'I will back her'

Steven Spielberg: If Oprah Winfrey runs for president, 'I will back her'

Hollywood film producer and world-renowned preacher, DeVon Franklin took to Instagram with a news photo of Oprah which said, "Oprah Winfrey Stole the show at the Golden Globes".

But as Graham said, what if people want her to? But whatever day it may be, it's important to not give up. She had Donald Trump - this was before politics - her last week, and she had Donald Trump and my family.

Last fall, Winfrey had said she has no intention of running for political office.

Speculation about Winfrey as a potential Democratic Party candidate in 2020 was revived after her rousing speech on January 7 at the Golden Globes, where she was honored with a special award.

"She's popular, she's brilliant, she's a wonderful woman", he said at the time.

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Just days after the big awards show where numerous people who worked with Harvey Weinstein spoke out against sexual misconduct, Seal accused them all of being hypocrites and took aim at Oprah Winfrey specifically. Someone from his team reached out to her to see if she would talk to him, and she said she would if it was for an interview. Recy died 10 days ago, before her 98th birthday.

Since then, her tweets about weight loss on the program have kept the shares up, which nearly quadrupled past year.

"For too long, women have not been heard or believed if they dare speak the truth to the power of those men", Winfrey said, leading to a standing ovation. But their time is up.

"You start by making people nervous that you're going to be a candidate", we're told.

The subtleties of the cameraman to capture the littlest of moments were phenomenal. Would she really want old controversies from her show and girls school rehashed?

Buzz about Oprah Winfrey seeking the presidency makes for good TV. Steven Spielberg donated a million dollars to support this initiative. Time's Up is also the name of the movement that has been launched to legally fight sexual harassment and rape following the revelations against Harvey Weinstein. I know her very well.

Right now I would say no but if, here's what I would say. He added, "I think she'll learn on the job the same way Bill Clinton learned - a former governor of Arkansas - or Barack Obama, a junior senator, learned on the job".

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