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Oprah, of course, was very well-known — she had name recognition any politician would die for, including Trump."In 1999, Trump again said he'd pick Oprah as his running mate during a town hall with MSNBC's Chris Matthews. "And I think we would be a very formidable team." That same year, he also told CNN's Larry King, "Oprah would always be my first choice."And as recently as 2015, he told ABC that "I'd love to have Oprah" as a VP and "I think we'd win easily, actually." Over the years, he's also tweeted inspirational quotes by Oprah, and compliments to her."Would you consider a woman for your running mate, and if so, who? It's easy to see why Trump would want another name-brand celebrity on his ticket.She has provided inspiration for millions of women to improve their lives, go back to school, learn to read, and take responsibility for themselves.If I can't get Oprah, I'd like someone like her."Shiflett tells Refinery29 that he interviewed Trump for the book back in 1999.

'The problem is that Carson was an accomplished surgeon, but his knowledge is incredibly narrow and incredibly deep.

He is not a manager.'South Carolina-born Williams, 56, is one of the most prominent African-American figures in Republican politics. Strom Thurmond and Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and has written dozens of newspaper columns.

Williams has increasingly become the face of Carson's campaign, appearing several times on television as the candidate's surrogate and sitting in with him on interviews.

We had an honorable relationship, very professional with a lot of trust on both sides,' Williams told Daily Mail Online.

And Winfrey herself was so upset with the Enquirer stories that she labeled the magazine 'verbal pornography,' and became so paranoid about the tabloids that she told employees they must never mention her name outside her Chicago office.'The problem for Carson is that he doesn't have a record as a governor or a senator, so people can't see the type of people he has had in his cabinets or on his staff,' Democratic strategist Joe Trippi told Daily Mail Online.