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‘Oprah’s guru’ turns to Democratic candidate

Marianne is the first Democrat to officially introduce herself in the race for the White House, which has been waiting for the decision of 80-year-old President Joe Biden. Photo: ALEX EDELMAN/ AFP – 09.08.2019

Marianne Williamson, 70, author of successful books on spirituality and well-being, announced this Saturday (4) that she will run again as the Democratic nominee for the White House, four years after losing the Democratic primary.

Sometimes referred to as “Oprah Winfrey’s guru,” Marianne first officially introduced herself in the Democratic race for the White House, anticipating the outcome of President Joe Biden, 80.

In a far-left address to supporters gathered in Washington, Marianne did not single out the president but denounced a political system that was “resistant to change and corrupted” by big business.

“One person can’t solve all the problems, and neither can a president. But a president who says things like this can do a lot of good,” the Democrat said. “Our work is to create a vision of justice and love that overcomes the forces of hate, injustice and fear.”

After writing the 1992 bestseller “A Return to Love,” Marion was invited to appear on the Oprah Winfrey Show, where she offered advice on personal growth.

Four years ago, he challenged Biden and 20 other contenders for the Democratic nomination for the White House, pulling out of the race with 0.3% of the vote. (Agence France-Presse)

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