​Mark Cuban President: Dallas Mavericks Billionare Says Could Beat Hillary And Donald

Author: Jennifer HongBy:
Staff Reporter
Sep. 14, 2015

Mark Cuban for President? The businessman and TV personality Says he could win against Hillary Clinton and would crush Donald Trump, according to USA Today.

Cuban, owner of the NBA team Dallas Mavericks and a constant presence on the ABC startup-themed show Shark Tank, believes he would be a formidable opponent for current Republican Party frontrunner Trump, and for Democrat favorite Hillary Clinton.

The surge of support behind Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump may be encouraging other business leaders to consider a similar run, including fellow billionaire Mark.

“I get asked every day. It’s a fun idea to toss around. If I ran as a Dem, I know I could beat Hillary Clinton. And if it was me vs. Trump, I would crush him. No doubt about it,” he said.

Calling himself a “three-comma POTUS-as in $1,000,000,000,” Cuban has seen the bombastic, no-holds-barred personality of Trump connect with potential voters, and believes that stripped-down swagger is a result of his largesse of wealth.

“Rich people just have a little more arrogance to think we know more than everyone else,” Mark said.

Cuban has himself been no stranger to controversy. He was fined around $1.9 million for 14 incidents relating to public reprimands of NBA referees and the league in general, and has even engaged in a Twitter TWTR -2.01% battle with Trump himself over a challenge to donate $1 million to the Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.

However, Cuban also seems pragmatic about the challenges of running the nation.

“Whether it’s someone like me, or a Trump, the first time someone dies because of a decision the president made, I think all that bluster goes out the window,” he reportedly said.

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