An Arizona man has applied to trademark 'NOprah' in an attempt to capitalize on rumors of talkshow host Oprah Winfrey running for President in 2020.
The man is looking to secure use of the phrase on merchandise and is hoping for a 'MAGA'-effect, with anti-Oprah campaigners wearing his gear should she run in two years time.
Speculations whether Oprah would consider running were sparked by her powerful Golden Globes speech prompted speculation that she is considering a run for the White House.
NOprah: The Arizona man is hoping to make money off anti-Oprah campaigners should the talkshow host decide to run for President in 2020
The man, only identified by the name Lewis, told TMZ he 'personally likes Oprah -- just not for President' and has had enough of celebrities in the White House/
This comes a few days after a billboard reading 'Oprah for President' appeared in Los Angeles .
The sign, which has a half black, half white smiley face which shapes the 'O' in Oprah, came just a day after President Trump was lambasted for remarks about disallowing immigrants from 'sh**hole' countries. The remarks have been widely construed as racist.
The countries Trump was reportedly referring to were in Africa, as well as Haiti and El Salvador, during a meeting on immigration in the Oval Office.
The billboard reading 'Oprah for President' (pictured) appeared in Los Angeles Friday
Speculation on a potential 2020 run for Oprah began following her powerful awards speech Sunday (left) in which she said 'a new day is on the horizon.' President Trump on Tuesday told reporters he doesn't think she will run, but that he'd win
The large sign, with a vibrant pink background, sits atop a building at 1828 Oak Street and can be seen off the 10 and 110 freeway interchange.
The building houses Los Angeles LBGT clothing line 'I Am Gay' which says it wants to start an 'Oprah For President' movement, according to CBSLA.
Following the former talk show queen's triumphant Globes speech proclaiming 'a new day is on the horizon,' rampant speculation began about the possibility of her running for president in 2020.
On Tuesday, Trump responded to reporters: 'Yeah, I'll beat Oprah,' adding 'Oprah will be a lot of fun.'
Trump added he knows her 'very well' and appeared with his family on one of the final episodes of 'The Oprah Winfrey Show.'
'I did one of her last shows. She had Donald Trump - this is before