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Oprah Winfrey is one of the most powerful people in pop-culture, and they have just adopted a person, who is not running for president.
In the latest episode of “Super Soul Sunday” series, the media mogul, 65, sit down with Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger, 68, and informs him that she wished he was running for president in the year 2020.
“If Bob Iger had decided to work for the president, I’d be canvassing in Iowa right now,” she admitted in a video clip of what they were talking about. “I would have to go door-to-door.”
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“More than ever, each and every day, I would like to wish you had done it,” she added.
In an Instagram post, Winfrey has doubled down on her comments. “This is the man I wish was running for president of the united states of america. His modesty is all the decision-making process,” Winfrey captioned.
“10 steps to leadership is revealed in his new book, #RideOfALifetime will apply to every business, and life. Take a look at my interview with Disney CEO Bob Iger,” the Emmy winner continued.
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Iger, who has just written a memoir titled, “Ride of your Life,” and acknowledged that he had discussions with President Obama about the execution of it, but made a joke of the first lady, Michelle Obama, and their two daughters are thought to that’s already had a better job.
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The merchant’s contract with Disney expires at the end of 2021, and as of right now, he is planning to retire as chief executive officer and chairman.
“Super Soul Sunday” airs on OWN, Sunday, Sept. 29, 12 pm ET.