Mark Cuban Takes Aim at Donald Trump, Insinuates He's a Fake Billionaire
Safe to say Cuban won't be voting for Trump?
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Mark Cuban has never been a big fan of Donald Trump. Back in 2012, the two billionaires got into it on Twitter after Trump said he would donate $5 million to charity if President Obama showed his college transcripts and U.S. passport records to the country. Cuban responded by saying he would donate $1 million to a charity of Trump's choice if he agreed to shave his head (LOL). And ever since then, the two haven't seen eye-to-eye.
They might be arguing on Twitter again soon, too, in light of some comments that Cuban just made about Trump on his app CyberDust. Cuban essentially said that, although Trump has a net worth of somewhere in the range of $10 billion, he doesn't actually have that much money. And he pointed out that his lack of cash is going to cost him during his Presidential run.
Here are all of the comments Cuban posted on CyberDust, according to TheDallas Morning News:
So who wants me to talk about Donald Trump and his candidacy for President ?
Uh oh. This isn't going to sit well with The Donald. Stay tuned for his response.
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[via Black Sports Online]