Oprah Winfrey isn't playing President Donald Trump's insult game.
In recent weeks, Trump has repeatedly attacked the actress and talk show maven. He called Winfrey "very insecure" in a tweet last month and over the weekend he promised to make a possible presidential run "painful" for her.
"I would love to beat Oprah," Trump said during a rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday night. "I know her weakness."
Not surprisingly, Winfrey took the high road on Sunday when CNN's Van Jones asked what she would say in response to Trump's comments.
"I wouldn't," Winfrey replied. "I would only speak if I felt that I could be heard."
Winfrey's powerful speech at the Golden Globe Awards earlier this year drew both acclaim and calls for her to run for president against Trump in 2020. However, she has since said she hasn't heard from God on the issue.
"(I)f God actually wanted me to run, wouldn't God kind of tell me?" Winfrey said on "60 Minutes Overtime." "And I haven't heard that."
While not a candidate herself, Winfrey did offer some advice for whoever does run: