Oprah Just Taught Everyone How To Respond To Trump's Insults

President Donald Trump in full campaign mode before an adoring crowd in Pittsburgh. AP  Carolyn Kaster

Despite it being only slightly a year since President Trump was hailed the Commander in Chief of the US, it seems that he has his eyes set on becoming president once more.

The commander-in-chief bragged that he could defeat onetime pal Oprah Winfrey if she challenged him as a Democrat in two years because she has some "weakness".

He said this while speaking at a rally for Rick Saccone, a congressman, in Pennsylvania.

Oprah Winfrey may not be running for president, but she had the perfectly presidential response to President Donald Trump's repeated attacks on her. "I would love it".

"I will say to whoever is going to run for office, do not give your energy to the other side", Oprah Winfrey told CNN's Van Jones.

Winfrey added that though a bid for the presidency wasn't for her, "The noise about running for president moved me so humbly and deeply".

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"I know her very well. That would be a painful experience for her".

But he harkened back to when he and his family were interviewed during the final weeks of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" in 2011.

Winfrey, however, didn't let Trump's insults get the best of her.

"We had you, we had the Obamas in the White House, so even on a bad day, you had a north star - you had some hope", said Jones. "Wouldn't we love to run against Oprah?"

But in recent months he's called on Winfrey to run - just because he thinks he can beat her.

"My grandfather took in people from the Freedom Riders in MS and risked his whole family and home", Winfrey said on the show, referring to civil rights activists who were attacked while trying to desegregate public bus transportation in 1961.