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Oprah is many things to many people. A powerful media mogul. A philanthropist of the highest caliber. Auntie.

What Oprah is not, is here for anyone calling her out for supposedly not doing enough. A commenter learned this the hard way when they tried to give her advice on her own Instagram page.

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Oprah Winfrey made it very clear that she will not be running for president, despite everyone's wishful thinking.

She did, however, give her endorsement of Mayor Pete, a.k.a., the South Bend Mayor and 2020 presidential candidate, Pete Buttigieg.

However, the Queen of all media referred to him with her own nickname, and it's sticking.

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Oprah Winfrey shaped the lives of many young women since 2002, thanks to her South Africa boarding school for girls.

Now that another class of women has graduated, enrollment in her Leadership Academy is the gift that keeps on giving.

The TV magnate and philanthropist just dropped $10,000 on a wedding dress for one of her former students and posted a photo of the bridal shopping spree in Beverly Hills on Instagram.

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Oprah Winfrey could do no wrong. Not only is she an influential media producer, but she is also a philanthropist who has inspired millions of viewers to be the best human beings they could possibly be.

She's the real deal. Why wouldn't we want her to run the country?

After rumors about a possible run for president swirled after her powerful "time is up" speech at the 2018 Golden Globes, she set the record straight, once and for all, on the The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.


Oprah Winfrey on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah | 11 April 2019 www.youtube.com


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Mind games. Life's survival is based on the best of the best of mind games. Sometimes you just gotta get someone to do what you need, like diffuse a dangerous situation. Is it always right or morally ethical? NO. But please, let he is without sin cast the first stone. A little trickery goes a long way... often for good.

Redditor u/PM_ME_UR_PUPPYDOGS wanted us all to fess to some shady yet clever mind games we've all played.... What is the most effective psychological "trick" you use?

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