On Thursday, Dallas Mavericks owner and billionaire Mark Cuban said he was considering running for president as a Republican because that would mean “you get to go head on with Trump right in the primaries.
The Dallas Mavericks owner said: “Republican before Democrat, most likely independent because I think a lot — I think there’s an incremental value for setting up an independent candidacy. Now, I understand the difficulties of that and the challenges of that from an infrastructure perspective, but the positives of doing it as a Republican means you get to go head on with Trump right in the primaries.”
He added: There’s nothing I’d have more fun doing. The benefit of being an independent is you go right to the golden ticket time, right. And if I get enough support in the polls, then I get to participate with the debates, which is right up there with something.
Cuban said his decision on challenging President Donald Trump, whom he has criticized, hinges on whether his wife and family would allow it.
“I’m considering, obviously considering. But again, what caring, loving parent would put their three young children through the disaster I mean my now 14-year-old girl, it’s hard enough raising a 14-year-old girl it’s really hard raising a 14-year-old girl and, you know, the thought of what she’d have to face over the next couple of years on social media and from her friends and particularly in a red state, that’s not, you know, a comforting thought,” Cuban added.
Running for President isn’t supposed to be “for fun”. We need someone who is COMMITTED to the American people! But, Cuban’s idea of running for President is to have fun running against Trump. This tells a lot about your character…
And, this is why Mark Cuban would get thrashed in the primaries against Trump. Come to think of it, he’d get thrashed in the general, or a special election, or any other kind of vote…
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