The TV Mogul has disappointed her fans saying she was not planning to become the first black female President of the USA. She said that her DNA is not proper for presidency. She knows her weak and strong sides, know what she can and cannot do, and politics is not her strength, she believes. She gave the interview three weeks before picking up the Cecil B DeMille award for outstanding contribution to entertainment, according to InStyle. President Trump already declared he would beat Winfrey if she ran in the 2020 presidential election. Asked about the prospect of Oprah running by reporters, President Trump said: “Yeah I’ll beat Oprah,” adding that campaigning against her would be “a lot of fun”. “I like Oprah but I don’t think she’s going to run. I don’t think she’s going to run. I knew her very well,” he added. Fans and allies have speculated on whether she would run for the top job in recent years, but Winfrey herself has always been reluctant to say. Winfrey, who is a strong supporter of LGBT rights, campaigned for Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, and endorsed Hillary Clinton in 2016.