In it, the prominent Hollywood women explain their intention of helping women across the board, not just at the top.
Winfrey's delivery wasn't the soft, enfolding, personal empathy of "Oprah on the couch".
She knows how to represent the country in a unifying and inspirational way. Just as it is declared in the campaign, she too announced that time is up. It was very nice.
'Oprah. I love Oprah.
Don't think for a second it's not brewing.
Donald Trump thinks he'd win re-election.
Sources told CNN on Monday that Winfrey's friends were urging her to seek the Democratic nomination, potentially setting up a face-off against President Trump, presumptive Republican nominee. 14 percent, meanwhile, remain undecided. The poll surveyed 1000 likely voters by phone and online.
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Donald Trump believes he could beat Oprah Winfrey in a Presidential race. Would she really want old controversies from her show and girls school rehashed? A spokeswoman said as recently as October that the media mogul "is not running for office".
When Oprah Winfrey delivered that line at the climax of her thunderous Golden Globes speech, my reaction was the same as everyone else's: Is it my imagination, or does that sound like a well-crafted slogan for a presidential campaign?
However, the current President's daughter, Ivanka, has been ridiculed for using the #TimeUp hashtag in her Tweet, after her father faced multiple allegation of sexual harassment, which he has denied.
"Is she a successful individual?" Taylor was raped by a group of white men in Alabama in 1944. "Let's all come together, women and men, and say #TIMESUP", she tweeted, sending the online world into a frenzy. That's a question that should be asked about UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, Sen. I call it truthful hyperbole.
Winfrey is "intrigued by the idea" of a presidential bid, best friend and CBS "This Morning" co-anchor Gayle King said Tuesday, and is taking the idea seriously, per friends of the former talk show host. "But their time is up".
LINDA MOTTRAM: So what about the obvious thing about her - a black woman? "So how would that work, exactly?" As an elected leader, she would have to put much of that aside and shackle herself to the political mode; thus arguably diminishing her effectiveness as a public personality.
Whether Winfrey will run for presidency or not is still unknown. "She's good. She's great". Your job is to feel that, to hear that, to know that.
Right now I would say no but if, here's what I would say.