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Oprah 2020? People Are Asking After Golden Globes Speech

Oprah Winfrey, target of a Cecil B. DeMille Award, gave a rousing Golden Globes debate that spurred pronounce of a 2020 presidential run.

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Oprah Winfrey, target of a Cecil B. DeMille Award, gave a rousing Golden Globes debate that spurred pronounce of a 2020 presidential run.

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A burning and ardent debate by Oprah Winfrey during Sunday night’s Golden Globes Awards has set a Internet abuzz with conjecture and maybe sad thinking: Oprah for boss in 2020?

The former talk-show host, actor and businesswoman perceived a Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement, and delivered a rousing acceptance speech. She admitted — in what sounds like a flattering good debate aphorism — “a new day is on a horizon!” and spoke of a time “when nobody ever has to contend ‘me too’ again.”

Her comments were met with a station acclaim in Hollywood and were a pronounce of Twitter. Just check out a hastag #Oprah2020.

Oprah Winfrey supposed a Cecil B, DeMille Award for lifetime feat and Sunday night’s Golden Globes.

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This is not a initial time Winfrey has been mentioned in and with a probable presidential ticket. In fact, President Trump himself mentioned her as a intensity using partner when he mulled a bid in 1999.

So is she running? Well, her long-time companion, Stedman Graham did not tamp down speculation.

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“It’s adult to a people,” Graham told a Los Angeles Times. “She would positively do it.”

Even long-time conservative activist Bill Kristol seems to consider it’s not such a bad idea. He called her “sounder on economics than Bernie Sanders, understands Middle America improved than Elizabeth Warren, reduction touchy-feely than Joe Biden, some-more pleasing than Andrew Cuomo, some-more charismatic than John Hickenlooper.”

And he combined a pro-Hillary Clinton hashtag #ImWithHer.

Her debate overwhelmed on some manly domestic themes, including her common roots. “My mom came by a doorway bone-tired from cleaning other people’s houses,” she said.

She mentioned her thankfulness “to all a women who have endured years of abuse and assault, since they, like my mother, had children to feed and bills to compensate and dreams to pursue.”

She also voiced her thankfulness to a press, that she pronounced “is underneath encircle these days” and that she says she values some-more than ever.

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Most powerfully, she told a story of Recy Taylor, an African-American lady who in 1944 was squad raped as she walked home from church. Taylor died late final year during a age of 97.

“She lived, as we all have lived, too many years in a enlightenment damaged by brutally absolute men,” Winfrey said. “And for too long, women have not been listened or believed if they dared to pronounce their law to a energy of those men.”

With a orators’ used cadence, Winfrey added, “But their time is up. Their time is up.”

Picking a right impulse as a acclaim died down, she combined with flair, “Their time is up,” bringing a throng to a new crescendo.