She insisted on keeping it at six minutes and when it was all said and done, it lasted for about nine.
Winfrey enjoys more support among Democrats than Trump does from Republicans: 76 percent of Democrats said they support Winfrey, compared with 66 percent of Republicans who support Trump.
She added, "You always have the right to change her mind".
"Drop the [mic] Congrats @oprah on one the most lovely, powerful and transcendent speeches I've ever heard!" the minister captioned the photo.
Still, others have noted that running for president could damage the media mogul. "Absolutely", Huckabee Sanders said.
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A new national telephone and online survey revealed that more Americans would likely vote for Oprah Winfrey than for Donald Trump.
"Oprah would be a lot of fun", said Trump, who added that he knows her "very well". But it was her support of women calling out sexual harassment that fueled talk among Democrats in states where presidential runs usually begin, Iowa and New Hampshire.
In the wake of that speech, Winfrey's longtime partner Stedman Graham seemed to leave the idea of a Winfrey campaign open as a possibility. Why do people say that? And what's former "Today" show co-host and would-be daytime talker Tamron Hall really up to these days?
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And in 2015, just a week before he announced he was running for the Oval Office, Mr Trump said she would be his choice for vice-president.
King also made sure to mention that Oprah's imaginary campaign was already fielding résumés.
"The greatest lesson I've learned throughout my career", she said, "came from Maya Angelou, actually, when I was, you know, first meeting her, and after I'd known her for a while she said, 'Baby, you need to know that when people show you who they are, you believe them the first time. And we've seen this before in our history - where people who have tried to pop in that are not in politics and have had a hard time adjusting".