Oprah considering running for President in 2020

Oprah Winfrey is considering running in the 2020 US Presidential Election.

Oprah considering running for President in 2020

In a stunning revelation on Bloomberg Television this week, Oprah Winfrey said she is considering a run for US President in the 2020 Election.

After previously ruling out throwing her hat in the ring as recently as January this year, Oprah said that Donald Trump’s win – despite his lack of political experience – convinced her of her own credentials to run for the Oval Office.

"I never considered the question even a possibility," she told host David Rubenstein when asked whether she might consider running for office.

"I just thought, 'Oh… oh?'"

During the candid interview, Mr Rubenstein said that "it's clear you don't need government experience to be elected president of the United States".

To which Oprah replied: "That's what I thought. I thought, 'Oh, gee, I don't have the experience, I don't know enough.' And now I'm thinking, 'Oh.'"

The 63-year-old multi-billionaire had backed Hillary Clinton during Ms Clinton's 2016 Presidential bid. Oprah was also a staunch supporter of Barack Obama in 2008. In fact, a speech she made during his election run was said to have gained him more than a million extra votes.

Even Donald Trump tried to recruit Ms Winfrey as his running mate when he considered running for President back in 1999, and was recorded last year saying that he "would love to have Oprah" on his ticket.

It’s clear that Ms Winfrey is an American favourite. Her long-running talk show was one of the most-watched television shows in the country and she is one of the most significant influencers in US history. And the US has a history of electing celebrities into high-ranking government positions – Arnold Schwarzenegger, wrestler Jesse Ventura and Ronald Reagan are a few examples.

With speculation that Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg and rapper Kanye West could also make a run for the top spot, we may well be watching a 2020 US Election that rings more like a reality TV show – with viewer voting deciding the one of the most powerful leaders in the world.

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    Gra
    3rd Mar 2017
    10:25am
    Hell no, not a female President, whether it be Oprah or anybody else. We saw in Australia how damaging having a female as head of the country can be.
    KSS
    3rd Mar 2017
    10:33am
    Men haven't done any better recently Gra so I don't see what gender has to do with it. Perhaps the next Prime Minister should be 'gender fluid'!???
    Rosret
    3rd Mar 2017
    11:19am
    Ouch - Gra. There have been many powerful women through history in positions of authority. There are 3.5 Billion women on this earth with 50% of the brains trust just because you didn't like our Australian choice doesn't mean there aren't some very successful women in leadership positions.

    As for Oprah - she has compassion, thoughtfulness, and probably the intelligence to go with it - who knows. A President that listens to their advisers and makes informed decisions is always a wise person and the nice thing about Oprah is that she listens.

    However, someone, that is anyone, needs to win the next election and if a female is not going to win the middle America bible belt then No. Someone needs to fix the mess first before America can consider female equality again.
    Brissiegirl
    3rd Mar 2017
    12:45pm
    Australian female politicians have taught me women don't handle high level politics. Apart from Pauline Hanson whose honesty and direct manner are a lesson for all of them. Ros Kelly and her whiteboard economics, also these utter failures: Joan Kirner with the debt she left Victoria, Carmen Lawrence and her scandal, Julia Gillard with her questionable background, over-spending, knifing anyone in her path and the ugly AWU-WRA involvement, the changeable Cheryl Kernot and Gareth, Lara Giddings another airhead, Julie Bishop a traitorous clothes horse, Bronwyn Bishop and her helicopter, top it off with the Labor woman Tanya P. married to a former jailed heroin trafficker who was subsequently appointed a huge job in education of all places and despite his lack of experience in that field. Kate Lundy who, to get the Labor Party's bad governance off the front pages, announced "The Blackest Day in Australian Sport" with no regard for the damage to follow for 30+ young sportsmen. They all proved utterly laughable. Women are imo not constitutionally suited to politics and sooner or later shoot themselves in the foot so that's why I like Trump - big man, big ideas and decisive. Oprah Winfrey another politician in Obama's mould "because they think they can".
    Anonymous
    3rd Mar 2017
    1:25pm
    @ Brissiegirl

    AMEN!
    john
    3rd Mar 2017
    6:25pm
    Your not serious Gra, surely you have have a bit more intelligence than that!
    I think you have tongue in cheek. Gillard in fact was massacred by her own small penis ed, ALP men ,and the small penis ed, crew in the Libs , she had it as a ripper , even learnt the dirty tricks but gutless men put her over the side, couldn't handle it. And I 'm a bloke,women nor men frighten me. But good people come in all sexes!

    If your an unsure Little D man of course you'll worry about everything that might wear you down. HA HA HA HA HA HA !!!
    niemakawa
    4th Mar 2017
    12:51am
    Rosret what has compassion got to do with it. I want a leader that is has his/her eye on the ball when it comes to running my country. Women in general don't come up to scratch at the top level in politics. Compassion is a wonderful attribute to have but not in the political sphere, be that person a man or woman.
    JAID
    4th Mar 2017
    9:30am
    Hello Brissiegirl,

    Your examples of poor politicians are pretty undeniably correct on any measure I think. Just the same, males have had a lot more opportunity to excel or fail at the job. It is anybody's guess but perhaps (and I think likely that) with similar numbers we would see similar levels of quality.

    (Not that we need any more big brother, cud chewing quota systems)

    John, There have been prime ministers other than Gillard thrown to the wolves. Whether your assessment is correct or not, it need not be highlighted just because she was female. Female but just another Prime Minister right off the rails. We have had Prime Ministers with integrity and some vision but no-one could rationally count her as one regardless of political allegiance.

    Frankly, I think that vision is in such short supply in this area that integrity is about the key value we see in those we appreciate. Strength of will is vital but dogged 'do or die' partisanship seems closer the norm.
    Julian
    3rd Mar 2017
    10:30am
    Just another expansion of her ego
    KSS
    3rd Mar 2017
    10:31am
    Can't wait for the campaign......"What I know for sure.....live your authentic life." or perhaps "when you know better you do better". And not to forget 'Oprah's favourite thing's '...... 'you get a car, and you get a car oops sorry, you get health care and you get health care, everybody gets health care!". And the vice president can be Gayle!
    Pablo
    3rd Mar 2017
    10:41am
    What a JOKE! I haven't heard anything funnier in years!
    Eddy
    3rd Mar 2017
    12:04pm
    What about when Donald Trump announced he was running for President. We thought that was a joke. Half expected that last April 1st the Republicans were all going to shout to the world 'April Fool'. But look what happened, it ain't no joke now.
    niemakawa
    4th Mar 2017
    12:59am
    Eddy, Mr Trump has had intentions to be POTUS for many years and thank God he is now. It should not have come as surprise to anyone. A breath of fresh air who has his his fellow countrymen and his country at the forefront of his policies. Good things have happened since he became president and will continue to get better. If only Australians would vote for such a person.
    Eddy
    4th Mar 2017
    9:47am
    Sorry niemakawa, but not being a avid follower of US politics (the Australian version is enough for me to stomach) I was not aware of DJTs presidential ambitions. Whether he is a breath of fresh air or the result of passing wind is dependant on your political bias.
    However I always viewed DJT as a person of low integrity, who was prepared to preserve his own wealth at the expense of others (ie the multiple bankruptcies with which he was associated), a coward who used spurious medical conditions (easily treated spurs) to get out of military service and a philanderer who ran the Miss Universe contest as his own personal female hunting ground. This is merely my opinion, and I have little or no respect for him as a man.

    3rd Mar 2017
    10:55am
    This is absolutely laughable.
    It truly made me crack up with laughter.
    But at the same time, taking it seriously I must stress how dangerous it could be.
    Once encouraged by powerful lefties and the angry black mob she would definitely take the advantage to abuse her power and totally crush the White population.
    I instinctively feel it !
    They yearn for revenge...

    White people!
    Time to stop spoiling our kids and teach them to responsibly take matter into their hands.
    Otherwise, we may become the endangered specie....
    Draganotz
    3rd Mar 2017
    7:27pm
    You speak a very inconvenient truth....but be careful, you are showing your white privilege....the ONLY race privileged enough to be called racists.....
    Wstaton
    3rd Mar 2017
    11:25pm
    Is that right, I guess Barack Obama got his revenge then!
    floss
    3rd Mar 2017
    11:17am
    We know in Australia experience is a option and a joke look at the clowns trying to run our patch.
    Gee Whiz
    3rd Mar 2017
    11:19am
    Puleeeese. Does this woman know no shame. She just can't stand to be out of the spotlight.

    Her conceit is boundless.

    Its a wonder she doesn't want to set herself up as female Jesus Christ reincarnated.

    Go away Oprah. Retire gracefully and give us all break from your constant caterwauling.
    Kali-G
    3rd Mar 2017
    11:42am
    SO WELL SAID!!!
    Fliss
    3rd Mar 2017
    1:11pm
    Ditto Kali-G
    Draganotz
    3rd Mar 2017
    3:04pm
    She would make an excellent mother figure for all the snowflakes...of which I am sure there will still be plenty even after Donald's reign....
    grounded
    3rd Mar 2017
    11:31am
    What a disgustingly sick thought....This low life individual as the 46th President of the United States. No....will never happen....America still has enough decent people who still haven't been affected by the mental instability of the crying liberal lefties of that great Nation. Anyhow, Donald has another 7 years and 10 months in the White House. All is well!
    Wstaton
    3rd Mar 2017
    11:28pm
    I guess Trump is not a low life then. He just grabs pussy.
    Adrianus
    3rd Mar 2017
    11:48am
    Sorry to say, but Hillary Clinton has not made it easy for Oprah. Let's face it. Hillary lost the election because she continually reminded voters that there is some sort of glass ceiling. She promoted limitations. Trump on the other hand told voters that anything is possible. Trump will win hands down against Winfrey if he does what he said he would do, and that seems to be what he is doing.
    buby
    3rd Mar 2017
    11:56am
    Trump is a bully and you know what i reckon he will lose the next election hands down. and if Oprah runs She will win for sure, she would do well with Arnold Schwarzenegger, as her side. lol
    that would be interesting.
    And look she has made herself great and she can DO IT again.
    Not that i care for what america does, but i'm sure it would help all those in america. She has influence, she is well spoken, not like that other fool they voted in!
    And i bet she could be a big help, and bring world peace around.
    It will be an interesting time, i hope i'm around to see it happen :)
    GO Opray lol
    And with a bit of LUck we will Put a more sensible woman IN power in australia too. and all you men, can just Sit back, and take notes, cause that be all your good for!!
    Anonymous
    3rd Mar 2017
    12:01pm
    Spot on Frank Hillary buggered up badly and I think people are sick of political correctness and left wing crap and wanted to back a winner hence Trump won
    Adrianus
    3rd Mar 2017
    12:06pm
    buby, I have been taking notes! How do you think I know al this stuff?
    Anyway, Oprah doesn't even have a catchy slogan. :) Donald is building a great, great wall for example. The 2 greats in the name indicate it will be bigger than China's! ha ha ha ha!! I think he's got the writers off Seinfeld with him. Oprah's got no chance.
    Eddy
    3rd Mar 2017
    12:10pm
    You all seem to forget to mention that Hillary got nearly 3 million more votes. More voters wanted her yet DJT was elected. Does that sound democratic?
    Adrianus
    3rd Mar 2017
    12:13pm
    Roby, I think the idea of "vote for me I'm black", vote for me I'm a woman", or "vote for me because I'm a black woman" is not enough for the Americans. They want to know what the future looks like and that they will be included in that great new opportunity. I think the Americans will have better vision in 2020.
    Adrianus
    3rd Mar 2017
    12:16pm
    Eddy, it's more democratic than a Labor party leadership vote.
    Adrianus
    3rd Mar 2017
    12:17pm
    BTW Eddy, that has happened here in OZ too.
    Brissiegirl
    3rd Mar 2017
    1:42pm
    Hillary Clinton - the name does nothing more than remind me of her husband's Oval Office dalliance with a cigar and the famous blue dress evidence. The name stinks, in no small part due to their under-investigation Clinton Foundation for which our unwitting taxpayers stumped up millions of dollars. The only good thing Hillary Clinton did in her lifetime career politicking was allocate a splendid name for the new wave of revolutionaries (people who are over mainstream media, more of the same politicians, foreign aid and incompatible immigration) - "Deplorables". How very noble of her. I am one of her detested Deplorables and proud of it.Well done Hillary you assigned us one massive basket and western citizenry are jumping into it faster than they can be counted.
    Eddy
    3rd Mar 2017
    10:54pm
    Frank, we are not talking about a Labour, or Liberal, party leadership election, we are talking about one of the most powerful political positions in the world. I was pointing out that, for all her shortcomings, more people voted for Hillary Clinton than Donald Trump. So much for democracy in the USA.

    And yes it can happen in any electoral process, including Australia, but a 2%, or thereabouts,discrepancy is a big margin by any standard. I am sure that if this US Presidential election was in a 3rd world country being monitored by 1st world countries the result would have been condemned as 'undemocratic" and 'not reflecting the will of the people'.
    Adrianus
    5th Mar 2017
    10:01am
    Eddy, I did not mention Labour, I was talking about the Labor Party. We saw Albo get in excess of 60% of the vote and lose to Shorten.
    OK I agree with your point, neither of them have the same level of influence globally as the US President, but they sure influence a lot of people down under. Gotta go, must have been last nights curry.
    Colours
    3rd Mar 2017
    11:48am
    It is clear from Trump's victory that anyone can win the Presidency - regardless of experience, intelligence, education, sociality, mental stability or even common sense. If she can dislodge this disgusting creep from the White House, then more power to her.
    Anonymous
    3rd Mar 2017
    3:16pm
    Yeeaah....

    Just lets the apes roam free and see what happens.. lol...
    Tru
    3rd Mar 2017
    11:50am
    I have never seen Oprah in action so have no opinion on what kind of president she would make.
    What concerns me more is that when Australia becomes a republic, we must avoid at all costs the entire US model of presidency from their ridiculously complex method of candidate selection to the powers invested in the incumbent. We already have a (flawed) system for democratically electing a parliament as they do, so why add an autocrat able in some senses to over-rule that body? Custom decrees that we should have a head of state, but PLEASE let it be one with a ceremonial role only, a bit like the current GG, or the president of Switzerland and other civilised countries.
    JAID
    9th Mar 2017
    11:45am
    Agree on that Tru
    Travelling Man
    3rd Mar 2017
    12:12pm
    I regard Oprah in the same vein as I do Malcolm Turnbull, a blight on humanity!
    RosePerth
    3rd Mar 2017
    1:04pm
    Surely you don't consider what she said a statement that she's considering running? Talk about grasping for straws for news.
    Brissiegirl
    3rd Mar 2017
    1:50pm
    I felt Winfrey was doing a put-down on Trump - implying that if Trump could be President with what she felt were his limited qualifications for that job, then she probably could too. I would expect that from an Obama mate. One major difference - Trump is a man and women in politics are mostly big on talk, big on ego, big on dress-sense but small in stamina and loyalty. I'd say there's a few very rare exceptions along these lines such as Angela Merkel and Margaret Thatcher.
    Wstaton
    3rd Mar 2017
    11:56pm
    Hmmm... I guess Turnbull has got lots of loyal people considering some seem to be leaving.

    By the way brissiegirl are you really a woman as what you are saying must apply to you also.
    Listera
    3rd Mar 2017
    2:07pm
    If Oprah Winfrey ran for US President I would definitely support her. And what rock did this individual called Gra crawl out from under?
    Draganotz
    3rd Mar 2017
    2:51pm
    Oh God, now I really do need a Bex and a good lie down...
    emjay
    3rd Mar 2017
    3:17pm
    Oh dear! I thought this must be a day late April Fool's joke.lol
    goanna
    3rd Mar 2017
    4:01pm
    Bunch of insecure blokes and a probable sex Change candidate, Brissigirl that would be. Bunch of losers.
    B J
    3rd Mar 2017
    4:08pm
    Hey folks, dont forget Kalishi, the mother of dragons
    TREBOR
    3rd Mar 2017
    4:39pm
    Oprah for President

    https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/491612325/facebook_facepalm_400x400.jpg
    john
    3rd Mar 2017
    6:21pm
    Please NO Oprah. No no no no ! Trump is in a different world is the only non politician that will ever hold that position because he has some specialities no one else will ever have.

    Oprah you are really just an afternoon TV success, and you schmaltz your way to popularity!
    Running for president , not a chance.
    Cracking silly remarks like you just found out you can be stupid, and still be President is an insult to that office, and Trump would eat you alive.
    I don't believe he is stupid by a long shot , but your poor taste joke put you right there where we all thought you were , the media circus.
    Wstaton
    4th Mar 2017
    12:16am
    Well I guess Trump has one speciality that Oprah hasn't he can grab pussy.
    john
    3rd Mar 2017
    6:21pm
    Please NO Oprah. No no no no ! Trump is in a different world is the only non politician that will ever hold that position because he has some specialities no one else will ever have.

    Oprah you are really just an afternoon TV success, and you schmaltz your way to popularity!
    Running for president , not a chance.
    Cracking silly remarks like you just found out you can be stupid, and still be President is an insult to that office, and Trump would eat you alive.
    I don't believe he is stupid by a long shot , but your poor taste joke put you right there where we all thought you were , the media circus.
    Wstaton
    4th Mar 2017
    12:00am
    Well Trump certainly has some specialities. He knows how to build walls. He wants to trump the Berlin Wall.
    john
    3rd Mar 2017
    6:27pm
    BRISSIEGIRL wHAT WAS GILLARDS QUESTIONABLE BACKGROUND. More to the point what is your questionable background , bet you've got one too!
    Oliva
    3rd Mar 2017
    7:58pm
    Gillard had a few question marks after her name. Still has, And how much exactly of the Peoples Money did she give to the Clinton Foundation? most of which went to set up an education organisation and then-surprise- she got the job of running the organisation. ?? And she was a real nasty b- in parliament. She just has this really vengeful nature. Was glad when she got booted.
    Adrianus
    4th Mar 2017
    10:21am
    On the books I think the foundation got around $20m. But then there was $500m to the Global Education Fund. Also another contribution to the Clintons so they could do some sort of research into the effects of global warming in central Africa. We borrowed that money because taxes couldn't be raised high enough. Therefore we are still paying the interest on it. We got conned. Sure Gillard is happy in her plush New York office in charge of a multi billion dollar fund, but poor ole Kevin feels let down that he didn't get the job that we paid for. We just cannot allow these people anywhere near our credit card again!!
    Tiny
    3rd Mar 2017
    7:57pm
    She said she was Joking and yet you still publish the rubbish.

    As Donald Trump,would say "Fake News"
    Anonymous
    5th Mar 2017
    4:27pm
    yep
    Oliva
    3rd Mar 2017
    7:59pm
    Obama wouldn't let that happen-he wants the job.
    Foxy
    3rd Mar 2017
    8:37pm
    Obama and his wife are getting paid $75 million plus - to write a book re their time in the White House ......... Penguin I think? Secured the deal? They will never "want for anything" the rest of their entire lives! Nice!
    The pom
    3rd Mar 2017
    8:01pm
    I don't think Oprah would cause as much damage as the Bushes managed to do world wide, Or "just fill in the names of at least 10 other exPresidents" have managed to do world wide.
    Foxy
    3rd Mar 2017
    8:38pm
    Hey - look on the bright side - least with Oprah...........:-)
    ...you get a car .....you get a car .....you get a car .....you get a car ........ all good! lol
    Old Geezer
    3rd Mar 2017
    11:41pm
    Oprah why not?
    JAID
    4th Mar 2017
    10:02am
    Because it would be just another person bandying idiotic celluloid pop popularity into power, influence and greater non productively earned and unnecessary wealth. Not feeling for the pulse of the nation, vision and the leadership to bring it to success.

    To declare my 'expertise' in this. I have only ever seen or heard of Winfrey in a few news excerpts or written commentaries. My view was very dim based on that, a boring time-filler. Perhaps she brings some other value to her shows...not that I will bother searching for it.

    "...you get a car" that may turn me of course, but would it be another American gas guzzler or a Tesla?
    Oars
    4th Mar 2017
    3:55pm
    Jaid- You mentioned a Tesla . Now THAT is one out of the box for this group of "Noddies". 'Onya for bringing something MODERN to the table. Go Jaid. Maybe YOU could get Ozzies back to work. Make them WALK to work and reduce the endemic overweight problem we have- all of us.
    JAID
    5th Mar 2017
    8:55am
    :-) I need to do a lot more walking to work too Oars.
    niemakawa
    4th Mar 2017
    12:52am
    I don't think so.
    Adrianus
    4th Mar 2017
    9:07am
    I don't quite understand why so many people in the USA now want to be President? So many people also want to become US citizens? These are mostly showbiz hacks who cant run a credible Academy Awards Ceremony.
    Are these the same people who threatened to leave the country if Trump won the Election?
    Seems it's now cool to ride on the coat tails of Trump's popularity by declaring you don't like him and you will fight on. Oppose, oppose, oppose they shout. What a pathetic bunch of losers!
    Draganotz
    4th Mar 2017
    11:49am
    Celebrities are such over-paid hypocrites...they oppose Trump's wall yet have impenetrable walls around their fancy homes....advocate an open border policy but would not put out a welcome mat and leave their doors unlocked at their home for refugees to drop by for a cuppa....when do you know when a celebrity is full of BS...when their lips start moving. As recently suggested, I'm waiting for that great lefty and refugee lover JK Rowling to put up some of them in her 18 bedrooms mansion!
    Oars
    4th Mar 2017
    9:41am
    Then what about Mickey Mouse. He is a great favourite. Then there's Ken from the KKK- has a big following down South. Or Capatian Marvel. Reeeeeeeally. The lefties hate trump as he is trying to put a bit of energy back into a weakkneed yank country. I bet there are few prosoners on death row who could get a better deal going. The facts are that yanks are tired of being 2nd rate in the eyes of the world. (A bit like here really). So they got sold on the Trump idea of "getting our rusty old factories back to work- and don't buy imports". It soundes good but had no depth of economics to it at all. The other five or so Presidents could not stir the crowd back to work- but Trump has. Forget the "USA bad press" views, who ( like here in Australia) have narrow views and lack impartiality. Opra is a liar and made numerous ( unfounded) tales about her past, for those who see past the fanfare of a black personality. We may sit back and smirk about Trump, but he is doing in USA what someone here should do- and get lazy Ozzies back to work
    PIXAPD
    5th Mar 2017
    12:43pm
    Donald Trump will get 2 terms.... he will do fine...just that the lefties, reprobates and every other freak is upset. The commos of Hollywood are still in shock
    niemakawa
    5th Mar 2017
    5:55pm
    I wonder if they get a choice of toilets, they all fit into that category.

    5th Mar 2017
    4:25pm
    Media spreading rubbish again - Fake news and YLC swallowed it

    https://twitter.com/CBSThisMorning/status/837285901063569408
    Eve
    5th Mar 2017
    4:37pm
    Oprah could only be MUCH BETTER than Donald Trump. And big rasperries to all you fools, who rightly belong in the last century (or two) who have the gall to say women can't handle power.
    niemakawa
    5th Mar 2017
    5:48pm
    I doubt many men would vote for her. I prefer strawberries. BTW how's the Sunday roast going?
    Anonymous
    5th Mar 2017
    9:29pm
    Power often is abused....

    It should be not about POWER, but about good business.
    Trump has proved to be a very successful businessman and should be given the chance before being criticized.

    Oprah just runs a show and has the script often written for her.

    COME DOWN TO EARTH LADY .. !
    niemakawa
    5th Mar 2017
    10:58pm
    HKW. I agree. Women are wired differently to men so men and women will never be equal. Men know and understand this vital difference but for most women they are unable or unwilling to acknowledge this. This by no means that women do not have a very important role to play in politics and business. Many have had great success and I am happy for them. Trying to be equal to men in the thinking process is futile.
    Anonymous
    7th Mar 2017
    5:58am
    @ niemakawa

    Surprise!... Surprise : )
    I am a woman, but I understand the difference between male and female and appreciate it.
    We were designed to differ, but we were also designed to complete the world and each other: each of us having our role to play in our communities. That is sadly being destroyed now by too much feminism and by some abusive men, taking advantage of a weaker sex. We will never be equal, but we should understand how to reasonably compromise and cooperate with mutual respect. To exist we need each other. To co-exist we need wisdom. Intelligence is a totally different issue here.
    Intelligence should never be used the wrong way as it often is.
    The Clinton camp cannot accept defeat.
    Not only that; The Clintons may now face charges against them for their criminal conduct and with immunity gone they no longer feel safe. Therefore, they are doing everything in order to protect their interest and their lifestyle. Of course, they will use their influence to promote other, who can help their situation. The are just puppets serving those who pull the strings.
    Eve
    8th Mar 2017
    5:35pm
    HKW have you not noticed that Oprah Winfrey is a very wealthy (and black) woman? So by your own standards, she's a very good choice.

    So how come you denigrate women, and protect some real jerk men? Donald Trump has sent many small businesses to the wall by refusing to pay them, and has a significant fail rate of investing other people's money. Or are they facts you don't want to know?

    And yes I am surprised you are a women, but women can be jerks too. I'm sorry you consider yourself weak.
    micreen
    5th Mar 2017
    5:44pm
    everybody has an opinion and rightly so, however why are so many people dark on Donald trump for winning the President election. Was not a big choice with all the scandal surrounding the Clinton family.
    Let Donald get on with the job instead of the continual sniping. who understands American politics ?
    niemakawa
    5th Mar 2017
    5:54pm
    Yes, Mr Trump will bring about essential change not only to America but beyond. Wonder what happened to all the so-called celebrities ( in their dreams) who said they would "flee" to Canada if Mr Trump became president. As far as I know they are still, unfortunately, in America. If only we had a leader with similar characteristics as he does.
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