Billionaire investor and Shark Tank star Mark Kuban appeared on one of President Donald Trump’s favorite shows on Fox News on Wednesday night and tore up ongoing complaints from the White House.
Given that Cuban owns the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA, he initially spoke with Sean Hannity about how the sport could return amid the coronavirus pandemic. But it wasn’t long before the conversation turned to the president – and the exchange flared up a bit.
“This really worries me about the president: He is the most powerful man in the world and always plays the victim̵
Haniti intervened that “they” were spying on Trump, but Kubin did not allow him to change the subject.
“Who cares?” The Cuban fired back. “He is the most powerful man in the world. Be strong, be a leader, set an example. ”
Earlier in the interview, the two skipped the pandemic administration’s response. Haniti noted that the Cuban supported former Vice President Joe Biden and said: “Tell me all the things that Bunker Joe did with the coronavirus you admire, then I will tell you what I think Trump did what I admire. “
But Kubin noted that Biden is not president and has no role in government at all.
“You can’t really put him in that category,” Kuban said, then shared some specific details about the shortcomings of the Trump administration.
See more of their conversation below:
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