Oprah Winfrey has been attacked several times by US President, Donald Trump since her powerful speech at the Golden Globes that has prompted many people to ask him to run in the upcoming presidential elections.
But the billionaire has always been able to overcome these provocations in a way that could be a source of inspiration for many people.
Trump treated Winfrey as “unstable and oriented” in a tweet last month and over the weekend, he promised to make a presidential run “painful” for Winfrey.
“I’d love to beat Oprah,” Trump told a rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday night. “I know her weakness.”
On Sunday, Van Jones from CNN asked Oprah what she would say in response to Trump’s comments. “I would not do it, I would only talk if I felt I could be heard,” she replied.
She manages the Trump case with a lot of maturity despite its ongoing attacks. The funny thing is that she did not even declare her intention to run for office, but is already a threat to Trump.
She argues since she has not yet had any signs of God on the issue regarding the run for the US presidential election in 2020. “If God really wanted me to show up, would not he tell me? And I did not hear that,” she exclaimed on “60 Minutes Overtime.”
Although she does not intend to introduce herself, she gave some advice to those who would like to start: “I will tell anyone who shows up not to waste their energy by answering the other side, of do not spend all your time talking about your opponents, do not give your energy to what you do not really believe. Do not spend an ounce of your time on it.”