"I thought, 'I don't have the experience, I don't know enough,'" Winfrey said in the interview taped Dec. 12. "Now I'm thinking, 'Oh, oh.'"
Winfrey’s answer implied that if former reality TV star
"I was in the audience that day, and it was clearly a joke when she was playing with David because they have such a great rapport," King said on her program Thursday. "But I also heard on the Oprah Winfrey show over the years you always have the right to change your mind, but I would bet my first, second born and any unborn children to come, that ain't never happening. Never. I'll say never on this one. Nevah, n-e-v-a-h. Nevah."
Winfrey may be just the first of many famous names floated as a possible opponent to Trump in 2020. Trump's rise to the White House demonstrated that a celebrity mogul with high name recognition can become a serious political contender.
The Hollywood Reporter, citing unnamed sources, reported that Walt Disney Co. Chairman
As the executive in charge of the company that includes Disneyland, Iger could accurately claim that he's already responsible for running "The Happiest Place on Earth."