Oprah Winfrey, played by "Saturday Night Live" cast member Leslie Jones, stopped by "Weekend Update" to discuss a run for the White House in 2020.
Flanked by longtime partner Stedman Graham, played by Chris Redd, the faux Winfrey toyed with the idea of starting with a campaign and said the reason she would commit to a run for office would be to "get white women back on track."
It's a mess!," she said as Redd's Graham played hype man.
"Somebody needs to look these white women in the eye and say, 'You deserve my three favorite things: love, respect, and a new panini maker."
Winfrey, a longtime media mogul and billionaire, fueled talk about her attempting a presidential bid after she delivered a fiery speech on Jan. 8 at the 75th Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif.