Shark Tank star and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has decided he'll vote for any candidate except one.

Ted Cruz.

In a interview with Fox News' Neil Cavuto, the billionaire told the host, "I’ll consider anybody but Ted Cruz," adding that, “People are tired of labels. That’s one of the reasons I don’t like Ted Cruz. Everything he says is defined by some sort of label.”

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Cuban says he hasn't made a decision yet in who he's going to publicly support but he seems to be leaning heavily toward Donald Trump.

"I think people are sick of Washington and the way things work in Washington," Cuban explained, adding, "And from all of the candidates we have not really seen in leadership, whether in what they've done in their governorships, or as senators, or what they're stated plans are as candidates. And the thing about Trump is, whether you like him or not, he comes across as being strong. He comes across as being a leader."

Trump's ability to make things happen in the business world has impressed Cuban, who looks at the list of other candidates and sees little accomplishment.

The businessman says he may not line up completely with Trump, but he's ok with it. He stated, "I've said this directly to him [Trump], I don't agree with a lot of what you're saying but at least you're the one person that's been able to go out there and get something done and show some accomplishment in their life."

Cuban said in August what he didn't like about the GOP, stating these reasons:

The Republican Party does everything possible to discourage leadership.

They want dogma.

They want conformity.

They want to conserve their romanticized past.