Far-left activist and filmmaker Michael Moore went on State of the Union yesterday and spoke to host Jake Tapper about how the Democrats should take a hint from the Republicans by nominating a celebrity for president. And not just any celebrities (sorry to all the Kardashians), but ones who are widely beloved and might have a strong chance of winning.
“Democrats would be better off if they ran Oprah or Tom Hanks," said Moore. "Why don’t we run beloved people? We have so many of them. The Republicans do this – they run Reagan and the Terminator and other people. Why don’t we run somebody that the American people love and are really drawn to, and that are smart and have good politics and all that?”
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It's not a bad point! And think about it, after four years of Donald Trump, who's face would you rather see in the White House than Oprah's or Tom Hanks'? Just thinking about it is like a hug from the future.
I hope it's Oprah because I imagine her campaign slogan would be: "Vote for Oprah. Because I love America as much as I love bread."
If anything could unite America, it's a love for bread.