Donald Trump's presidential candidacy has made quite a few headlines in just a short time, and now Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is giving his take on things.
Cuban shared some thoughts about Trump's candidacy on Cyber Dust on Tuesday, first questioning how much cash the Republican candidate really has compared to how much he's worth.
“It's the Trump conundrum. He is a Paper Tiger,” wrote Cuban. “It's very possible that he doesn't have the cash himself and has bragged himself into a position where he can't afford the cash it takes to run for president!”
Later Tuesday, Cuban then shared how despite feeling there's no way Trump gets elected, “Here is why a part of me really, really, really hopes he becomes President.”
“Anything and everything produced by the federal government is considered public domain. It has no copyright. Anyone can use it for anything. Which means everything [Trump] says and does as POTUS can be used for pretty much anything.
“When you consider that he has sued rapper and fellow Pittsburger Mac Miller for naming a rap album after him, the comedic possibilities to use the pictures taken of him and his speeches/comments and pretty much anything he says are endless!”
Cuban's full comments can be seen below.
- Molly Geary