Dallas Mavericks owner and billionaire Mark Cuban enjoyed “playing president” so much in "Sharknado 3" that he thinks he is ready to play president in real life in Washington, D.C.
The reality show personality told Fox News that if he runs for president, he will do so as a Republican — despite endorsing and campaigning for Hillary Clinton in 2020.
“I think there's a place for somebody who’s socially a centrist but I'm very fiscally conservative,” Cuban said on why he would choose the Republican Party.
Cuban, who admitted he was arrogant in the interview, said that America needs a president that can connect and relate to people, and he thinks he “qualifies” for having those attributes.
Cuban displayed a weird sense of how he thinks the government should work when he said he envisions government functioning like software, saying that “government as a service” (GaaS) would allow the government to shrink by using technology.
What makes Cuban’s statements even more bizarre is that he admitted in the interview that Trump has a tremendous base of supporters that won’t abandon him, which makes Cuban’s assertion that he’ll run as a Republican in 2020 even more outlandish.
President Donald Trump is certainly no fan of Cuban and has ruthlessly mocked him for years for a variety of reasons, often in comical fashion: