Oprah's speech at the Golden Globes on Sunday got everyone talking.
She said: "I've been processing the accounts of Harvey Weinstein's ugly behaviour and haven't been able to find the words to articulate the magnitude of the situation".
Trump has the backing of 66 percent of Republicans, 12 percent of Democrats and 38 percent of unaffiliated voters. In fact, the NPR poll found nearly two-thirds (64 percent) had a favorable view of Winfrey, while less than a quarter (23 percent) had an unfavorable one. But that spread is perhaps not as wide as one might expect. In the 2016 presidential election, Trump won the group, 46 to 42, according to exit polls.
Among political independents, Winfrey also enjoys a modest lead, 46% to 37%, with 17% undecided. Ms. Winfrey", they said, "says she isn't running, and it may be that the Oprah boomlet isn't much more than wishful thinking by Hollywood's effervescent dream factory.
Seal's denouncement of Oprah comes as actress Kadian Noble alleges Weinstein used Winfrey to help lure her to his hotel room in France, where he allegedly assaulted her. Weinstein has denied these claims.
He continued: "I think we need a mindful, empathetic human being in the White House who understands people and puts people ahead of their own ideas of power and self-aggrandisement, and I think Oprah has already proved her capacity for selflessness". "To get us to unwind what's going to happen by 2020 is going to take enormous experience". The political discourse around Oprah, now surrounds "not asking another black woman to bear the burden of saving America from what white folks, especially white women, did", in electing Trump, the activist, who asked not to be identified, said in a text message to BuzzFeed News.
Are you #TeamSeal or #TeamOprah on this one?
Trump has occasionally touted his approval rating from Rasmussen's daily presidential tracking poll, . That was during the Clinton years with the suggestion that Bill Clinton had mastered the art of making hard issues appear soft; giving vague answers of ambiguous affirmation rather than clear policies, especially during his campaigns.
The survey of 1,092 registered voters was conducted January 8-10 and had a margin of error of 3 percentage points. The study had a 3 percent margin of error.