James Woods Just Destroyed Oprah’s Hopes

The biggest story that hit the news and has been circulating on the media these days, is the news about the well-known talk-show star, Oprah Winfrey and her intention of running for President in the next 2020 elections.
After she delivered an inspirational speech for the Golden Globes awards show, her self esteem seems to be sky high and apparently, she is confident enough to reveal her plans to run for office, to the public.

Back in the day when Donald Trump was announcing his presidency, he received remarks from many critics about how he had no political experience, but now these critics are nowhere to be seen.
According to a report from the Daily Wire, James Woods, a conservative Hollywood actor, defeated Oprah Winfrey on Monday after the end of the 75th Golden Globes Awards. Reportedly, the mainstream media used this show to persuade her into reaching  the decision for a possible presidential campaign in the 2020 elections.

The talk-show star left the Golden Globes celebration with a Cecille B. DeMille lifetime Achievement Award that was handed to her.

She used this opportunity to deliver a speech in which she talked about the “#MeToo” movement and addressed the long established tradition of sexual misconduct in the Hollywood industry. However, she decided not to name any of the Hollywood stars who were accused of being sexual predators.
Unfortunately for her, there are people like Woods who won’t fail to call out these predators. In fact, the actor shared three tweets on his account on Twitter, in which Winfrey is looking pretty close with one of these ‘predators’.

The photos feature Oprah and the disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein who was accused for  sexual assault and had charges pressed against him from multiple actresses who had worked with him.

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