Talk about dreams coming true!

After retiring from her talk show and starting her OWN network, we were sure that Oprah Winfrey would be less likely to thrust herself into the public spotlight in the future. But since the start of 2017, the TV queen announced her return to network TV, and was able to take down a politician based on an old interview that resurfaced online. Now, O herself has admitted that it might be high time to consider a life in politics, and we鈥檙e living for it.

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In an interview with Bloomberg鈥檚聽David Rubenstein Show, the icon says that while she never considered running for political office in the past, in light of recent electoral results, she鈥檚 started to change her tune. 鈥淗ave you ever thought that, given the popularity you have 鈥 we haven鈥檛 broken the glass ceiling yet for women 鈥 that you could actually run for president and actually be elected?鈥 Rubenstein asked.

鈥淚 never considered the question even a possibility,鈥 Oprah says, 鈥渂ut then I thought 鈥 Oh.鈥

鈥淏ecause, it鈥檚 clear you don鈥檛 need government experience to be elected President of the United States,鈥 Rubenstein continued. 鈥淭hat鈥檚 what I thought,鈥 Oprah answered. 鈥淚 thought, I don鈥檛 have the experience, I don鈥檛 know enough鈥 And now I鈥檓 thinking 鈥 Oh.鈥

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While we鈥檙e not even sure if Oprah鈥檚 being totally serious, we totally, seriously would love to have a President Oprah. Could you imagine Christmas at the White House? Oprah鈥檚 Favorite Things would take on a whole new meaning.

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(h/t Vice; Sunday Times, Jeffery Mayer + Vera Anderson/Getty)