Mark Cuban is now claiming that despite broadcasting the TV show Girls Gone Wild on his TV network, he still has credibility in being an ardent Clinton supporter.

Girls Gone Wild features softcore pornography, featuring "young women exposing themselves on camera," according to ESPN, and those young women are "in the barely-legal age group," according to the UK Daily Mail.

Cuban first partnered with the Girls Gone Wild brand in 2010 and his network, HDNet, has aired the series Girls Gone Wild Presents: Search for the Hottest Girl in America for four seasons.

The UK Daily Mail grilled Cuban about the series, to which he claimed, "That's not objectifying women!" The Daily Mail questioned him further, and it became awkward:

DailyMail.com asked him instead about his history promoting teen nudity on television – making the serial entrepreneur uncomfortable enough to crane his neck in search of someone else to talk to.

But ultimately he insisted that 'no,' his past association with the 'Girls Gone Wild' brand doesn't compromise his pro-Clinton activism.

Asked if objectifying young women might cause Clinton partisans, specifically female voters, to be concerned about his sincerity, Cuban replied: 'Nope. Not at all.'

Cuban sat in the front row for Monday night's presidential debate.

"That's not objectifying women!"

Mark Cuban

Clinton herself railed against GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump during the debate for calling "women pigs, slobs and dogs" and other comments that she felt were offensive to women. However, she apparently has no problem with having the support of Cuban, who promoted a softcore pornography program of young women on his TV network for years.

But maybe that's because it's the kind of show that President Bill Clinton would like. In that case, perhaps Cuban really can claim that promoting Girls Gone Wild is compatible with being a Clinton supporter.