Donald Trump took to Twitter to slam Oprah Winfrey Sunday night after she addressed his presidency on CBS’ “60 Minutes”.
Winfrey, 64, interviewed 14 people on the show — half who had voted for Trump, 71, and half who had not. They had all made an appearance on “60 Minutes” last fall.
The group’s discussion covered the likes of whether the Trump supporters still backed the president, his “s**thole countries” comments, and the allegations of sexual misconduct that have emerged against him.
However, as per usual, Trump made his opinions known via social media, with him blasting Winfrey, who has been urged to run for president in 2020, for how she handled the whole thing.
The POTUS took to Twitter to accuse Winfrey of asking “biased and slanted” questions. He also said her facts were “incorrect.”
He then added that he hopes the star runs for president just so she can be “exposed and defeated.”
Winfrey was backed by the majority of the world to run for president after she delivered an incredible #MeToo movement speech at January’s Golden Globes.
Trump said, when asked about the whole thing at the time, according to CNN: “Yeah, I’d beat Oprah. Oprah would be a lot of fun. I know her very well. No, I like Oprah. I don’t think she’s going to run.”