Oprah Just Taught Everyone How To Respond To Trump's Insults

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"I'm not ready to go there", Winfrey told Jones.

Trump said he knows Winfrey well and repeated that he would love to run against her.

"I went into prayer", she said.

"I would love Oprah to win [the Democratic party primary election]", Trump said, adding that: "I would love to beat Oprah".

"What I loved about Oprah, she was very conscious of the Māori culture, she spoke about how she loved the pōwhiri, she loved the way that Māori are and she spent the time to make sure that she pronounced my name properly and pronounce Māori words like "kia ora" correctly. I know her weakness", he said. I would love it.

"She had Donald Trump, and Donald Trump's family", he told the crowd. Instead, she opted for the high road and clarified she does not plan on participating in the 2020 race, which is going be rather contentious by the looks of it. During the interview, she admitted the fact that the rumours about her being a presidential candidate have moved her deeply and humbly.

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She told People magazine last month that she would pursue the White House if she received a "can't miss" sign from God.

Speculation mounted earlier this year that the talk show host might seek the presidency in 2020, following a captivating speech at the Golden Globes in January.

The famous philanthropist also offered some advice to those who were planning to partake in the next presidential election.

"Do not spend all your time talking about your opponents".

Winfrey has already confirmed that she will never run for President. Do not give your energy to that which you really don't believe in.

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