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After Golden Globes Speech, James Woods Shares 3 Photos From Oprah’s Past


Oprah Winfrey had a very powerful speech during the Golden Globe awards this week.

Speculations were sparkling out like crazy of her running for president in 2020.

After the highly publicized speech, pictures came out of her with the disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein,

Oprah Winfrey, who starred in The Weinstein Company film “Lee Daniels” and “The Butler,” is shown hanging on his shoulder in one of the pictures that were posted on Twitter earlier.

In another picture, she appears to be showering affection on him.

On the third photo that was posted, she offers what looks to be a reassuring hand to Rita Ora, as he reaches over to touch the young sister.

According to our source, Western Journal, the British actress Kadian Noble said that Weinstein used Winfrey along with Naomi Campbell to fool her into believing he would further her acting career. Noble met Winfrey in 2014 at a British Academy Film Awards after party. He allegedly introduced her to Oprah Winfrey and Naomi Campbell, before telling her he had an interest in her acting ability.

Woods also took NBC to task for tweeting a photo of Winfrey with a caption, “Nothing but respect for OUR future president.” NBC took the tweet down after a short time, explaining that a third party agency posted that. “But assure our followers we will still work behind the scenes to enable the #DNC agenda as always,” Woods tweeted in response.

Oprah Winfrey is reportedly thinking about running for president in the 2020 presidential race.

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