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Mark Cuban Is Considering Running As A Republican Against Trump In 2020

Mark Cuban Is Considering Running As A Republican Against Trump In 2020
Updated 7 months ago

Mark Cuban, businessman, investor, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, and one of the eponymous sharks on ABC's Shark Tank, commented that he's "seriously considering" running for President in 2020.

Cuban would be challenging Donald Trump for the Republican nomination.

When Fox News host Harvey Levin asked why he would choose to run as a Republican, Cuban replied:

I think there’s a place for somebody who is socially a centrist, but I’m very fiscally conservative.

Cuban also indicated he wouldn't run if he didn't have fixes for the nation's problems:

I wouldn’t run unless I have solutions. If I have solutions, then I have something to offer. If I don’t, you won’t see me anywhere near being a politician.

Cuban backed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in 2016. In fact, he was thrown around as a possible vice presidential candidate, though he didn't end up on the ballot. 

Even if his policies align with theirs, Republicans don't take kindly to a candidate who supported Hillary Clinton.

On a scale from 1 to 10, Cuban rated the probability of his seeking the Republican nomination at a "4."

After interviewing Cuban, Levin thought it was more likely than that:

My sense is there is an extremely good chance Mark Cuban is going to run for president of the United States.

The 2020 Republican ticket could be determined by a fight between billionaires: