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​You’ll suffer ‘Painful Experience’ if you run against me, Trump warns Oprah Winfrey

United States President Donald Trump says the candidate he most wants to run against in 2020 – the next U.S presidential election – is Oprah Winfrey.
Speaking in Western Virginia on Saturday night, during a rally in support of Republican, Rick Saccone, Trump said the campaign would be a “painful experience” for the American media proprietor, if she decides to run against him.

Trump said he knows Winfrey well and repeated that he would love to run against her.

“Oh I’d love Oprah to win, I’d love to beat Oprah. I know her weakness,” he said.

But speaking in an interview with CNN’s Van Jones on “The Van Jones Show,” on Sunday night, Winfrey dismissed speculations she will run for office in 2020 but had an advice for anyone who does.

“I will say to whoever is going to run for office, do not give your energy to the other side,” she said.

“Do not spend all your time talking about your opponents. Do not give your energy to that which you really don’t believe in. Do not spend an ounce of your time on that.

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.”

“It means that you have somewhere in the work gained the people’s trust,” she told Jones.

Speculation mounted earlier this year that the talk show host might seek the presidency in 2020, following a captivating speech at the Golden Globes in January.

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​American supermodel, Naomi Campbell, dating Adenuga

Supermodel, Naomi Campbell has officially confirmed to her curious fans that she is dating British musician, Joseph Junior Adenuga, aka, Skepta.
Skepta, who is 15 years younger than the fashion icon, was born in North London on September 19, 1982, to Nigerian immigrant parents.

Naomi, 47, confirmed their love affair via an Instagram post on Thursday, when she shared a GQ cover featuring her and her beau cuddled close while wearing nothing but jewellery.

Skepta is the first man Naomi has been linked to since story of Egyptian millionaire, Louis C. Camilleri in July 2017, the Mail Online reported.

He made his musical debut in 2007 with the release of his cleverly titled album, Greatest Hits.

Skepta’s second album, Microphone Champion, followed in 2009. Both albums were independent releases. By the time his third album, Doin’ It Again, was released in 2011, he had signed with AATW.

He has four siblings including rapper JME and Julie Adenuga, who’s a DJ on Beats 1.

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​Why I never wanted children, Oprah Winfrey speaks

American billionaire and media mogul, Oprah Winfrey, has said she never wanted to have children as she felt she would not be a good mother.
The 64-year-old revealed her decision not to have children during a sit down with Gwyneth Paltrow‘s first episode of “The Goop” podcast.

She told Paltrow she could never have raised two babies like Paltrow had done because raising babies would have been too frustrating.

“I don’t think I would have been a good mother for baby children, because I need you to talk to me, and I need you to tell me what’s wrong,” she said. “I can’t just figure it out. I knew this about myself.

“I was always better with kids once they turned two-and-a-half, three, I had a real resonance with them. Gayle (King) was like, ‘Don’t you love babies?’ I was like, ‘Oh, babies are fine.’ It didn’t feel like [having babies] was for me,” she said.

Source: 247nigerianewsupdate.co

​Popular musician, Akon, to run for American presidency, Picks Zuckerberg As VP

American-Senegalese singer, Aliaume Thiam, popularly known as Akon, has spoken about debating with President Donald Trump and lecturing him on governance.
In a new interview with journalists which held at Los Angeles yesterday, the 44-year-old singer also dropped a hint on running for the 2020 US Presidential run.

He also said Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, will be his running mate if he was to run for Presidency.

“If I was to run for President I would actually ask [Mark Zuckerberg] to be my running man.

“Because I think sometimes it takes people from the outside to really see life differently, to make differences,” he says in the video below.

He added that Trump has been making a “huge difference” but not in a positive way.

“I think Trump would have been a great president if he made decisions for the people.

“If he was as passionate as he is for his own interests as he is for the people, oh he would have made an amazing president,” he said.

Source: 247nigerianewsupdate.co



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​Nigerian-Americans put brave face to Trump’s triumph

By Emmanuel Aziken in Washington D.C. and Gbenga Oke, Las Vegas

The Nigerian-American community in the United States was Wednesday putting a brave face on the outcome of the Tuesday presidential election in their adopted country, vowing to make the best out of the situation.

The majority of the Nigerian immigrant community had flocked towards the Democratic Party presidential candidate, Mrs. Hilary Clinton on the fear that the anti-immigrant inclination of Mr. Donald Trump, the Republican winner would negative affect the community.

The Nigerian-American community was 16 years ago reported to be about five million.

Among those who spoke were officials and coordinators of the Nigerian Diaspora Union, NDU in the US who on Election Day actively mobilized the community to vote.

The elections were observed by a team of Nigerians including officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC led by its national chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, officials of the INEC Committee of the Senate and the House of Representatives and elements of the civil society from Nigeria. Mr. Awal Ibrahim, executive director of the Civil Society Legislative and Advocacy Centre, CISLAC told Vanguard yesterday commended the quick reconciliation of the two major political parties to the Nigerian political class saying that issues that divide during election must be put behind immediately after elections for the good of the country.

Dr. SKC Ogbonnia, Secretary General of the NDU, himself a lifelong Republican who, however, confessed voting for Clinton in line with the resolution of the NDU said yesterday:

“For the Nigerian community, we cannot say it is a total loss. We are a very dynamic community in the United States of America and no matter what happens we will find a way to embrace the change. It is expected that in the Trump presidency, the Supreme Court would be composed of conservative judges who could in a way repeal the Homosexual Marriage Act which conforms to our culture than what you have under Obama and what could have continued under a Clinton presidency had it come to be.

“Secondly, the issue of trade can go either way. A number of Nigerians in America could benefit in Donald Trump’s regime, but at the same time I am worried that his protectionist policy may affect Nigeria.”

Mr. Tayo Kubi who coordinated the move to bring Nigerian-Americans to vote in the Washington, Delaware and Baltimore areas on the East Coast told Vanguard yesterday that democracy was the winner.

“The majority has spoken and this is America, the land of freedom and even the opposition candidate has conceded for peace to reign.

For Mr. Dom Njoku, he simply said “I told you earlier that Trump will win and I will pop champagne. Like I said before the election, virtually everybody is guilty of whatever they said Trump did. And very, unfortunately, the Black community has not gained anything significant under the Obama Presidency. So what do you expect? However, the people have spoken, and we have to move on”.

For Mr. Yomi Balogun, the loss of Hillary Clinton might hunt the blacks and other millions of Americans that have dual citizenship.

He said, “Though the election has been won and lost but I am afraid majority of African Americans might suffer the this loss putting in mind some of the things Mr. Trump stood for in this election. Though I believe some of the blacks staying in this country without valid documents will be most affected.”

Mr. Ibrahim, (Rafsanjani) on his part described the outcome as a big lesson to Nigerian and African politicians that it is a game that one must win.

“If you have the interest of your country and the people at heart it will not matter to you who wins, you will have to work together to sustain the country, not like the way we see some people doing in Nigeria and in Africa.

“It is about the nation, and the people have done the election, it has come, and it has gone and what is important is that they are putting heads together to protect the interest of their country. This is a lesson that every Nigerian politician should learn; they should learn to work together whether they win or lose an election.”

Source: Vanguard

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