One thing Donald Trump has spectacularly achieved so far, without a doubt, is to prove that absolutely anyone can be the President of the United States, especially if you are rich and famous. There has never been a more inexperienced President, and yet he now sits in the Oval Office. The political landscape as fundamentally changed, paving the way for more super wealthy, influential celebrities to make a run for the White House.

Can anyone become the President of the United States?

In an interview with Oprah Winfrey that aired on Wednesday, David Rubenstein taunted the Queen of daytime TV with questions about a possible run for president.

After the Hillary Clinton's surprise defeat last November, the glass ceiling remains very much in tact. Will Oprah be the one to break it?

According to Oprah, she had never even considered the possibility to be the President of the United States due to her total lack of experience for the job, but after what happened to Trump, she now sees that the doors to the West Wing aren't as impenetrable as she previously thought.

The former talk show host would certainly bring a sense of non-partisan compassion, a desire for meaningful unity, and strong moral values to the most famous office in the world. If nothing else, we can bank on the fact that President Winfrey would shower Americans with gifts – everybody gets one.

The age of celebrity commanders in chief

This week CEO of the Walt Disney Company, Robert Iger, was in the spotlight when it was revealed in the Hollywood Reporter that the media heavyweight had discussed the feasibility of a potential foray into politics with former NY Mayor, Michael Bloomberg. Another executive that has previously pegged himself as a possible candidate is Starbucks CEO, Howard Schultz.

This spring, Schultz will step down as CEO, throwing his schedule wide open for time to contemplate the next stage of his career.

Silicon Valley has its own potential candidate in billionaire and brains behind Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg. Even though the young business magnate hasn't quite reached the minimum age requirement for president, it hasn't stopped him from filing an SEC that would secure his hold on his social media empire if he were to ever take up political office.

Zuckerberg, who will be traveling to all 50 states this year on what he calls a listening tour, will have turned 35 by 2020.

The most serious contender among the rich and famous presidential hopefuls, must be Mark Cuban. The billionaire has been feuding with Trump for many years, and after a recent poll that showed Cuban and Trump as neck-and-neck, the President of the United States has even more reason to fear a candidacy announcement by the “Shark Tank” host.