Oprah to Jimmy Kimmel: Stedman kept apologizing for saying I would "absolutely" run for president
Oprah Winfrey told Kimmel she blames her longtime beau Stedman Graham for fueling the rumor of a presidential run by telling The Los Angeles Times "she would absolutely do it" when asked if she would run for president shortly after her famous Golden Globes speech. He now is forbidden from speaking on her behalf. "Of course he would never say I should run," Oprah said on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The late-night host also asked if she even considered responding to President Trump's Twitter insult from earlier this week. “Not a second," she responded. "You don’t win by meeting any kind of negativity head on." ALSO: Oprah to Kimmel: "wish you were my little brother!"
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