Twitter stuck it claws into the hide of first daughter Ivanka Trump, and snatched her to the ground, when she tried to show support for Oprah Winfrey following the multimedia mogul's unforgettable speech at the Golden Globe Awards.
But, King added, 'I don't think she is actively considering it, I don't think she is actively considering it at this time'.
I quickly told myself nah, no way, she wouldn't. "What does she do next with it?" said Dr Alan Schroeder, a journalism professor at Northeastern University in Boston who has written on the intersection of show business and politics.
Spielberg also believes Winfrey, whom he says is "crackerjack on the money on women's issues", could be an "ambassador of empathy".
Ever since her acceptance speech at the Golden Globes on Sunday night for the Cecil B. DeMille award, the internet has been abuzz with talk about a possible 2020 presidential run by Oprah Winfrey. She wasn't writing this thinking, 'I'm going to launch my presidential campaign, ' which, by the way, she's not even thinking about having a presidential campaign.
Her longtime partner, Stedman Graham, told the Los Angeles Times that Winfrey would "absolutely" run for president.
Last fall, Winfrey had said she has no intention of running for political office.
Asked whether Winfrey was qualified, Sanders said, "Look, I disagree very much on her policies", although Winfrey has no voting record. Fake Hollywood just needs to freakn wake up!" one person said while another wrote: "Great music, smart man!
"Oh I forgot, that's right... you'd heard the rumours but you had no idea he was actually serially assaulting young stary-eyed (sic) actresses who in turn had no idea what they were getting into. I do think that".
Trump added he knows her "very well" and appeared with his family on one of the final episodes of 'The Oprah Winfrey Show'. "She wanted it to be a uniting speech".
But if Winfrey is smart - and she is - she will wonder whether the message she tried to convey will get lost in all the political chatter. I'm just looking at, this "Yes She Can.' "Noprah" if you took out the 'p" it would say Norah. No, I like Oprah. "As it turned out with all the applause it went nine minutes and I think they were very pleased - I think the producers thought that was worth going late for".