Mark Cuban 'considering' presidential bid in 2020

Mark Cuban 'considering' presidential bid in 2020

Mark Cuban 'considering' presidential bid in 2020

Will the owner of the Dallas Mavericks run for President of the United States?

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"We discussed why it was important to me to get involved - that if I could have an impact and didn't try, it would have left me guessing forever".

He added, "If I can come up with solutions that I think people can get behind and truly slove problems then it makes flawless sense for me to run".

Known for his unique ways of running an National Basketball Association team, Cuban has not been shy of breaking the mold.

During the 2016 presidential election, he endorsed Hillary Clinton and was a vocal critic of Trump, though he had previously expressed interest in joining both Clinton's and Trump's tickets as vice president.

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"If it comes down to, 'Do I think I can win because I can convince more people to vote for me?' Then no, I won't run", Cuban said.

Cuban said on the podcast that he has "no problem with health care being a right" if he were able to figure out a way to pay for it, that he is "not a fan of net neutrality" and that he would have "no problem raising taxes on wealthy people like (myself)". "My goal is always to find a solution".

Trump fired back in February, before the All-Star Game, saying on Twitter, "I know Mark Cuban well".

The fact that the multibillion-dollar entrepreneur confirmed he's thinking about a 2020 POTUS run seems to have been enough information for the mainstream media to start pumping out stories.

Appearing on the Viewpoint podcast, Cuban said his decision would need to be based on whether he thinks he can help the country. After Sellers noted that the National Basketball Association has a rule mandating that its players stand for the anthem, he asked Cuban about his approach to a Maverick possibly wanting to take a knee. Trump tweeted at the time, referencing a woman with whom Bill Clinton admitted to having a sexual relationship decades ago.

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