"Oprah for President" Billboard Spotted in Downtown L.A.
Speculation surrounding the mogul's potential bid was fueled after Winfrey's impassioned speech at the Golden Globes.
Oprah Winfrey's potential presidential bid is already seeing endorsements.
On Friday, a billboard touting the slogan "Oprah for President" appeared in downtown Los Angeles atop the Casa Vertigo building at 1828 Oak St. The sign, CBS Los Angeles reports, was created by LGBT clothing brand I Am Gay (IAG).
Speculation and buzz over Winfrey's possible run was heightened after Sunday's Golden Globes, where the Cecil B. DeMille Award honoree gave an impassioned speech that left many wondering if she had plans for the presidency.
Though Winfrey has denied any plans to run, close friend Gayle King hinted that the mogul was "intrigued by the idea" on CBS This Morning.
King added, "There are people who said they want to be her campaign manager, who want to quit their jobs and campaign for her. She loves this country and would like to be of service in some way, but I don't think she's actively considering it at this time."
President Trump also has weighed in on the possibility of Winfrey's 2020 campaign, saying that it would be "a lot of fun" but he ultimately doesn't think she'll run.
In 2015, a "Kanye 2020?" billboard was set up in the exact same DTLA location following the rapper's announcement at the MTV Video Music Awards that he would be running for president in 2020.