Mark Cuban Makes Outrageous Prediction About Trump Presidency

In a Wednesday interview with TMZ, the billionaire businessman, Mark Cuban said that, although he likes some of the things President Trump has done, he doesn’t think he will last four years.

Cuban acknowledged that because Trump is our president we “want him to do well. We want the country to do well.”  

When asked by TMZ hosts what he likes about Trump, Cuban said, “Some of his policies are fine. Some of the Republican policies, tax reform, reduction of bureaucracy…, I think there are a lot of positives there.”

However, Cuban followed this up by saying, “But, I don’t think those are necessarily his ideas and the execution, particularly on the ban, has been horrible. I mean, I don’t think he’ll last four years. But we’ll see.”

Cuban said he enjoys that Trump uses Twitter as a way of letting America know what he’s thinking, but feels he should stop attacking the media and just use Twitter to inform Americans of his ideas and plans.

Cuban then described Trump to TMZ:

“Look, he is the Twitter president, which I like. I like when he tweets, ’cause he tells us what he’s thinking or not thinking. But, the reality is, if you’re truly going to be a social media president, you don’t have to rip on the media. Just tell your story.

“Facebook doesn’t have a character limit. Instead of having Sean Spicer go out there and just try to respond to everything, pre-empt the whole thing by going in-depth about all your policies and tell us what you are thinking. Problem is I don’t think he knows what he is thinking.”

H/T: The Daily Caller

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