Don't anticipate Oprah Winfrey's name on the 2020 presidential ballot.

After delivering an inspiring speech at this year's Golden Globe Awards earlier this month,  the 63-year-old media mogul was quickly hailed as a viable candidate for commander-and-chief. In the March issue of InStyle magazine, Winfrey insists that she will not be running for office. 

While her sit-down with the publication took place prior to her speech, she explains, "I’ve always felt very secure and confident with myself in knowing what I could do and what I could not. And so it’s not something that interests me. I don’t have the DNA for it.”

Oprah 2020? “I’ve always felt very secure and confident with myself in knowing what I could do and what I could not. And so it’s not something that interests me. I don’t have the DNA for it,” @Oprah tells @LauraBrown99. “I met with someone the other day who said that they would help me with a campaign. That’s not for me. Gayle—who knows me as well as I know myself practically—has been calling me regularly and texting me things, like a woman in the airport saying, ‘When’s Oprah going to run?’ So Gayle sends me these things, and then she’ll go, ‘I know, I know, I know! It wouldn’t be good for you—it would be good for everyone else.’” Read her full interview at the link in bio. #Oprah

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As a woman in her 60s, Winfrey notes that she's learned to "take no s**t."

"In your 40s, you want to say you, 'Take no sh**,' but you still do. In your 60s, you take none," she says of aging. "There’s both a quickening and a calming -- there’s a sense that you don’t have as much time on earth as you once did…people coming with anything less than what is the truth or authentic? Don’t even try."

Though Winfrey is not seem keen on getting into politics, she has taken a leadership role in the anti-harassment movement, Time's Up, and says women coming forward and sharing their experience with sexism and assault has brought "a level of awareness that was not there before."

"That’s the most important thing to me," she continues. "When Reese Witherspoon can tell her story at the same time as a farm worker in Iowa or a factory worked in Alabama, it says to a person, ‘Oh well, I’ve been putting up with that asshole supervisor for all these years. Maybe it’s time for me to do something too.'"

“Ladies first!” @Oprah declares. “Everything that’s happened has brought us to this point in time. We’ve been working our way through a lot of repressed pain, anger, shame, and disappointment. And we weren’t honoring our own voices. Now we’re here, and it took Harvey Weinstein to burst that door wide open,” she tells @LauraBrown99. “Finally everyone has to start paying attention. It’s cracked open. It takes a lot for people to wake up and see things differently than they’ve seen them before.” More from our March cover star at the link in bio. I Photograph by @PhilPoynter

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@Oprah models spring’s best looks. So. Much. Fash-ON.

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If Winfrey were ever to change her mind about running for president, she certainly has the support of many of her peers and friends -- including her best pal, Gayle King. 

The CBS This Morning anchor told ET that she personally likes "the sound of President Winfrey," and revealed what it would take for her friend to run for office. 

Here's a look at ET's exclusive interview with King:

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