Call it the battle of the billionaires.
On Thursday night Mark Cuban, the owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, appeared on Comedy Central’s “The Nightly Show” and called Donald Trump his “friend” but added that he wasn’t a fan of his hyperbole.
“Everybody’s got that friend that they pick on, that one guy that you know has a good heart and wants to do the right thing but does some of the stupidest shit all the time,” Cuban told host Larry Wilmore. “I actually like him and get along with him, but he’s kinda gone off.”
And he believes the rhetoric is just beginning.
“He’s just getting started. There’s so much more to come,” Cuban told host Larry Wilmore. “They’re not playing for real yet. There’s nothing really at stake. This is all just chit chat. He’s just warming up the audience.”
The “Shark Tank” star added that he doesn’t believe Trump is sincere about the things he says and is simply saying what he has to in order to get votes.
“He’s like that guy who walks into the bar, and will say whatever it’ll take to get laid. Only in this case he’s not trying to f**k some girl. He’s trying to f**k the country,” Cuban said.
Watch the segment below.
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