When she received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for her influence on the world of entertainment at this year's Golden Globe Awards in January, she made a much-praised speech and said, "A new day is coming." People speculated that she might be thinking of running for the president. Many even hope for Oprah 2020. But Winfrey, 64, tells British Vogue in a recent interview that she could not stand a presidential run. "In this political structure – all the untruths, the bullshit, the crap, the wickedness, the sneaky backroom stuff that goes on – I feel like I could not exist," said Winfrey British Vogue. It's not a clean business, it would kill me. " Winfrey, on the front page of British Vogue, has also expressed her support for the #Metoo movement and the victims of sexual abuse. "People talk about, these are dark times, but what if we change the paradigm because I see it differently," she told British Vogue. "I see," Is not it remarkable that we wake up? & # 39; For years women have endured craziness. This is what happens to people. They allow themselves not only to be corroded, but also to become hysterical. You have to lean on luck. She also talked about attending the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in May, where she was one of only a handful of guests from Hollywood, "It made me feel that anything is possible through the power of love" she told British Vogue and referred to the episcopal bishop for the ceremony, "Reverend Curry was right!" British Vogue will release the full interview when the issue hits the kiosk on July 6.