About six months ago in the fall, Oprah Winfrey hosted a special "60 minutes" table conversation among 14 Michigan voters, a state which Donald Trump won during the 2016 Presidential election. The conversation consisted of seven people who voted for Hillary Clinton, and seven people who voted for Donald Trump. Last Sunday, Oprah got together with those same Michigan voters for another edition of "60 Minutes" to discuss the current political climate that America sits in right now.

Once again, the discussion aired to rave reviews, but not everyone who tuned in was satisfied with what they saw and heard. One person who was not happy about the special was Donald Trump himself.

More specifically, he was not all that happy with how Oprah moderated the conversation as a whole.

Trump's tweet

With Trump being who he is, it should come as no surprise that he decided to vent out his frustrations through the convenient means of Twitter [VIDEO]. In a scathing tweet, he accused Oprah of providing "biased and slanted" questions as a moderator. He also added that her facts were "incorrect." He went ahead to add that he hopes that when 2020 does arrive, Oprah Winfrey does run against him for office just "so she can be exposed and defeated just like all the others!"

Ever since her much critically praised Golden Globes speech this year in light of being awarded the Cecile B.

de Mille Award, there has been much speculation [VIDEO]regarding Oprah's alleged plans to run for office. Time and time again, Oprah has had to clear the air and confirm that she has no plans nor interest to run for President of the United States. Just like how she recently had to clear the air about how she felt about Trump's tweet against her.

Oprah's response

Oprah recently appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and she recalled when she first learned about the tweet. She woke up late at night to a text from her friend, Hollywood director Ava Duvernay, who alerted her to what Trump had tweeted. When Kimmel asked her if she considered tweeting back a scathing remark in return, Oprah said she hadn't given it any thought.

"You don't win by meeting any kind of negativity head-on," Oprah explained. "You just have to say, 'Well, I don't know what that was, but alright. I wasn't in the room when he did that so I don't know." When asked if she was ever in her life as "insecure" as Trump accused her of being, Oprah struggled to recall a time in her life when she was ever insecure at all about anything.