On Feb. 18, President Donald Trump claimed Oprah Winfrey — Oprah Winfrey, of all people — is "very insecure."

"Just watched a very insecure Oprah Winfrey ... interview a panel of people on '60 Minutes,'" Trump wrote. "The questions were biased and slanted, the facts incorrect."

The "60 Minutes" episode he's referring to featured Winfrey chatting with 14 voters from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Seven of the voters had supported Trump in the 2016 election, and seven had not.

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To save their moms, these girls skipped Santa and wrote to Ellen instead.

'All I want for Christmas is to know that she'll get to stay in the United States.'

Santa can't bring Gabriela and Abigail what they want this year, so they're taking their Christmas wish to someone equally jolly and warm-hearted: Ellen DeGeneres.

In a new video from MoveOn.org, Gabriela Zuniga and Abigail Escobar read a letter they wrote to the queen of daytime talk shows, asking her to host a DACA recipient for a discussion about why passing the DREAM Act matters. As DeGeneres is a supporter of the DREAM Act and undocumented immigrants, the girls thought she might be up for the task.

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If you had a TV show, would you have President Donald Trump on as a guest?

The question sparked an interesting exchange between former Fox News host Megyn Kelly and talk show trailblazer Ellen DeGeneres.

Kelly went on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" to chat about her upcoming NBC morning show, "Megyn Kelly Today," when the conversation (inevitably) turned to Trump.

"Would you have him on your show?" DeGeneres asked Kelly, referring to the president.

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We should be talking about mental illness every single day. For now, we'll take what we can get.

In 2010, Canadian telecommunications company Bell launched a campaign called "Let's Talk Day," which encouraged people across the globe to, well, talk about mental health.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness says about 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. will experience some form of mental illness in a given year. 1 in 25 will suffer from a serious mental illness that severely interferes with their ability to live their daily life. (Bell itself claims similar numbers)

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