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She is a self made successful African American woman that knows the energy of paying forward. What will the rrrrrrright do with that?
If she's running against Trump, I think it's a great idea.
Think about it: she's at least as experienced, if not more so, than Trump is. She hasn't declared bankruptcy a million times. Hasn't been married 3 times with 5 kids - think of the SS savings.
She's empathetic, intelligent, well-read, likely to study hard for the job, generous, and most of all, middle America loves her.
Her popularity is such that there's no tacky nickname that Trump could throw at her that could stick without him being torn apart by said-middle-America.
She may just be the perfect candidate to foil him.
Has it really come to that? Why would she want to run? She has everything she ever wanted and a lot more. She also has the baggage of supporting Weinstein heavily when she and everyone else knew what he was doing to women. It’s all over the Internet. It’s not just about winning, it’s about wanting something passionately and wanting a thankless job. I think she is too savvy to put herself into that maelstrom. I noticed most people here voted No.
I'm confused. Is she African or is she a american. I read somewhere were one of our past President' s said that you are either a American or your not. What wrong with just saying she is a very nice, well read, well educated, wealthy black woman.
Who knows? I'm finding the whole concept vastly amusing.
Not everyone is:
Oprah is beyond doubt a magnificent orator. But the idea of a reality show star running against a talk show host is troublingly dystopian. We don’t want to create a world where dedicated public service careers become undesirable and impractical in the face of raw celebrity.— Seth MacFarlane (@SethMacFarlane) January 10, 2018