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    The O’s Office?

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    Social media was set ablaze after media mogul Oprah Winfrey thanked a NY Post author who lauded the TV giant as the democrats’ “best hope” for 2020.

    The O’s Office?

    Nothing related to the 2020 election has been confirmed by O herself, but that didn't stop social media users from voicing their opinions on the matter. While there were obviously fans and haters on both sides, many were left wondering if the 2016 presidential election set a precedent for years to come.

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