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'I approve this message': Oprah makes rare political appearance in support of Georgian candidate

Vice President Mike Pence is in Georgia today to stump for Kemp and President Donald Trump will be in the state this weekend. "I'm not testing the waters", Winfrey said.

Winfrey blasted attacks on Abrams that she says she saw in her hotel room - Republican ads casts Abrams as "too extreme" and "radical" for Georgia - as "noise" that is "designed to confound you with fear".

Pence made the remark at a rally in Savannah, just hours after Oprah Winfrey gave a passionate endorsement of Kemp's Democratic opponent, Stacey Abrams, who is looking to become the nation's first black female governor. Abrams is running against Republican nominee Brian Kemp.

"I am an independent woman", Winfrey said. "She's a great speaker, but I liked her better when she was giving away Toyotas and refrigerators", Ingraham said. The former Georgia House of Representatives Minority Leader is in a hotly contested race against Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp, and they are almost dead even in the polls.

"I just heard you know", Pence said, "Brian Kemp's getting the support of all kinds of hard-working people all across Georgia and Stacey Abrams is being bankrolled by Hollywood liberals". Abrams' campaign has attracted support former President Barack Obama, who is rallying in the state on Friday. President Trump will appear with Kemp on Sunday.

Civil rights groups sued Kemp in October over 50,000 voting registration applications that were placed on hold due to Georgia's "exact-match" law which requires personal information on voter applications to match state databases. But after her speech, in a sit-down interview with Abrams - reminiscent of the 25-year television run of her daytime television show - she noted they were "just two women from MS".

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When a woman opens the door, she lets out an excited cry.

"Remember, if blacks are going to have an authentic representation, wouldn't they then being to denounce the very party that she's asking them to vote for?"

Videos uploaded to Ms Winfrey's and Ms Abrams' social media showed the television personality knocking on doors canvassing for the hopeful governor.

A number of celebrities and politicians have been traveling to Georgia in the final days of Georgia's hotly contested governor's election.

She praised Abrams as a leader who "will serve the underserved of the state of Georgia".

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