President Donald Trump has been in the White House for one year, but a few of his challengers have currently chosen the person they wish to run against him in 2020.
Oprah Winfrey provided a fiery speech Sunday night after winning the Cecil B. DeMille Golden Globe award. Her speech seemed intended as a rallying cry for inclusion– but it turned political sometimes. And it was nearly entirely geared towards women.Some saw it as an indication of a future where the media mogul would be giving project speeches– and doing her finest to beat Trump in a presidential race.
“She released a rocket tonight. I desire her to run for president. I don’t believe she had any intent [of declaring] Now she doesn’t have an option,” starlet Meryl Streep informed The Washington Post after the Winfrey remarks. Streep has her own past with political speeches, though hers don’t discuss rather too.
January 8, 2018 Other celebrities such as Reese Witherspoon and Sarah Silverman fasted to leap on the Winfrey 2020 bandwagon, with Witherspoon making a comment eerily just like when director Spike Lee told the world that time would be divided into “before Barack [Obama] and “after Barack.”
I will now formally divide time like this: Everything that occurred before @Oprah speech: Whatever that will occur after.
January 8, 2018– Sarah Silverman( @SarahKSilverman)
January 8, 2018 Some folks were not as quick to toss their assistance behind Winfrey– some even published images of her getting comfortable with alleged sexual predator Harvey Weinstein.
January 8, 2018 The biggest and oddest assistance came from NBC. The network put out a tweet after Winfrey’s speech that had lots of people questioning the group’s credibility as a news organization. “Absolutely nothing but regard for OUR future president,” the network said, along with an image of Winfrey.The tweet is now deleted and the network is doing its best to explain it away.Yesterday a tweet about
the Golden Globes and Oprah Winfrey was sent by a 3rd party company for NBC Home entertainment in genuine time during the broadcast. It remains in recommendation to a joke made throughout the monologue and not implied to be a political declaration. We have actually since gotten rid of the tweet.– NBC (@nbc ) January 8, 2018 When it comes to how genuine a Winfrey presidential run might be
, her longtime partner Stedman Graham, who went to the Globes with her, told the Los Angeles Times:”She would absolutely do it. “nbc donald-trump golden-globes oprah-winfrey reese-witherspoon sarah-silverman