In an email to Business Insider, billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban didn’t exactly say no to a potential president run in the future.
When asked by Business Insider if a campaign is in his sights, Cuban simply responded by saying “We will see.”
Questions regarding Cuban’s budding interest in a presidential bid began with a recent back-and-forth over Twitter with President Donald Trump. Cuban, an active source of dissent during Trump’s successful campaign and the weeks following his inauguration, exchanged words with the president after Trump deemed Cuban “not smart enough” to man the Oval Office.
Cuban then tweeted a previous email exchange with Trump, revealing the Dallas Mavericks owner suggesting a growing urge to supplant Trump as the United States next president.
How soon they forget …. pic.twitter.com/VXcfnjj4qX
— Mark Cuban (@mcuban) February 12, 2017
Despite saying “there’s just no way” he would ever run for the world’s most prestigious office, and even easing away from public insults against Trump, Cuban says Trump has been worth his revived attacks. In a tweet the Shark Tank star eventually erased, Cuban wrote “I’ve been crushing POTUS. He has earned it.”
Cuban offered himself to serve as vice president to both Trump and Clinton early in 2016. He was asked by neither, but he did support Clinton for president.
H/T: Business Insider
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