In a March 2018 interview article titled “Oprah Winfrey: Why I won’t be running for US President in 2020,” Oprah answers, when asked, “So we won’t see President Oprah in the future?,
No. No, you will not. I don’t feel that I am qualified to take on the responsibilities of what that means, which is to run the world. Nor do I feel like I have the amount of energy that it would take to do it. I don’t feel like that is my calling.
However, in another 2018 article titled “Oprah: If I’m supposed to run for president, God has to tell me,” Oprah says she is waiting for a sign from God as to whether she is supposed to run.
“I went into prayer,” she said of calls for her to run for president. “’God, if you think I’m supposed to run, you gotta tell me, and it has to be so clear that not even I can miss it.’ And I haven’t gotten that yet.”
While it is still too early to know if Oprah Winfrey is going to run for president in 2020, one thing is for sure – if Oprah did win the election, United States would have as its president the most prolific and influential New Age advocate in the world today and one who believes in the work of New Ager Neale Donald Walsch whose “God” told him that Hitler did the Jews a favor and that “the era of the Single Savior is over.”