Trump bashes Mark Cuban's intelligence after his warning to CEOs

Trump bashes Mark Cuban's intelligence after his warning to CEOs

Trump bashes Mark Cuban's intelligence after his warning to CEOs

U.S. President Donald Trump, who has made a habit of tweeting each morning from his personal Twitter account, focused his latest message on Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban.

Trump's tweet comes after Cuban's comments to the Star-Telegram that while CEOs should be careful about how they talk politics, they should "do what (they) think is right".

Cuban said in 2015 he wouldn't run for president but called it a "fun idea to toss around".

That is, he impulsively selected a target and fired away on Twitter without thinking of how silly it looks for the USA president to beef on social media.

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The Post reports that "the White House's "biggest fear" is that Cuban, a billionaire businessman, would run because he can appeal to Republicans and independents". In an email to Trump via speechwriter Meredith McIver dated May 8, 2016, Cuban wrote, "You don't have to bore people with details".

Cuban had downplayed questions of whether he will seek the presidency in a future election prior to Trump's victory over Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, who Cuban backed and was a prominent surrogate for. "But to make it work you have to really dig in on the issues", Cuban said. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, and Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper.

It wasn't immediately clear why Trump lashed out at Cuban, seemingly without provocation. Chris Murphy, D-Conn.; Sen.

Mark Cuban stops to speak with members of the media as he arrives for the third presidential debate. "And like you said, I may go after that job some day and it could be against you".

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