The media world is going gaga over the thought of a potential 2020 presidential bid from Oprah Winfrey.
After Winfrey delivered a stirring speech Sunday evening at the Golden Globes, Monday’s headlines were all about the talk show icon. The speculation is a welcome distraction for Hollywood’s elite, who have faced an ongoing industry crisis after the fallout from a wave of sexual assault bombshells.
However, if Oprah runs she will likely face her own questions over enabling and palling around with some of Hollywood’s now infamous sexual predators. In particular, Oprah has maintained a close professional relationship with Harvey Weinstein over the past two decades. Weinstein saw his career go down in flames after dozens of women came forward to accuse him of sexual harassment and assault, and Winfrey’s chummy relationship with Weinstein has been pointed out by a number of Twitter users who have [osted photos of Oprah kissing and hugging the notorious sexual predator:
One of Weinstein’s accusers, Kadian Noble, says the disgraced mogul used Oprah to lure her in before sexually assaulting her. According to Page Six: