“Saturday Night Live” during its latest show tackled talk of an Oprah Winfrey presidential bid.

Cast member Leslie Jones appeared as Winfrey during the show’s “Weekend Update” news segment, saying she’s contemplating a run to get “white women back on track.”

“Ever since I’ve been off the air, they’ve gotten out of control. They voted for Trump, they voted for Roy MooreRoy Stewart MooreParties start gaming out 2020 battleground Victimhood culture and traditional justice are on a collision course Flake says he's rooting for Democrat running against Steve King MORE, they kept 12 different shows about flipping houses on air. It’s a mess,” she said, referring to President TrumpDonald John TrumpMia Love pulls ahead in Utah race as judge dismisses her lawsuit Trump administration denies exploring extradition of Erdoğan foe for Turkey Trump congratulates Kemp, says Abrams will have 'terrific political future' MORE and Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.


“Somebody needs to look these women in the eye and say, ‘You deserve my three favorite things: Love, respect and a new panini maker!’

“You get a panini! You get a panini! You get a panini! Who else is going to do that for them?”

Jones as Winfrey added that she is the only woman in America “who is on a first-name basis with Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz and Dr. Dre.”

The talk-show mogul sparked speculation of a potential 2020 run after delivering a moving speech at the Golden Globes last Sunday evening as she accepted a lifetime achievement award.

When asked on “Saturday Night Live” if there is anyone who could beat her, Jones’s Winfrey said, “Yes, there’s one thing in my life that’s been able to beat me: bread! All my life I’ve lost to bread. Please don’t make me run against bread. I hate bread!”

You can watch the entire "Weekend Update" segment above.