Mark Cuban: Trump hiding behind his tweets


Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban is best known for being the owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team and the star of the TV show Shark Tank.  He’s also popular with liberals for his ragging on President Trump.

According to Cuban, the media should stop covering Trump’s silly tweets and force him to deal with the important issues.

Appearing on FOX Business Sunday, Cuban claims media outlets are allowing Trump’s tweets to distract them from reporting on the issues that are impacting working-class families.  “They need to start ignoring this sideshow and look for answers to more important questions,” Cuban explained.

Cuban doesn’t think the American people care about Trump’s war with the media.  Cuban says the voters are more concerned with what’s happening in their own lives.  Thus, the billionaire wants the tough questions to be asked of Trump and his team by the media.

Cuban asked Fox viewers these questions during his interview, “What has changed for you since the election? Have you gotten a raise? A better job? Has your cost for health care gone down?”

Cuban has long been on the attack when it comes to Trump.   The outspoken CEO believes Trump is unstable in his ability to lead, and therefore he supported Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential campaign.   According to Cuban, the media does not do enough to understand how the president is trying to “deflect” attention from his legislative agenda.

“The media needs to learn that Trump is like any CEO—he will deflect and misdirect. It’s time to start talking to the people who go to work every day and find out what is going on in their lives,” Cuban said.

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