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John Oliver Says There's One Reason Oprah's to Blame for the Rise of Trump (Video)

John Oliver spoke to Seth Meyers about how President Trump rose to power and says Oprah Winfrey is to blame. Oliver tells Meyers "[Trump]'s always acted like the most powerful man in the world. That's how he carries himself. Through his, I'm sure, childhood as well, he kind of dons the disposition of the most powerful man in the world. Now he actually has the power to go along with that. It's like 'The Secret' was real and it worked for one person. And unfortunately, it was him."

Oliver refers to the documentary and self-help book "The Secret" that Oprah made famous, and says "Trump is Oprah's fault."

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