Dallas Maverick’s owner Mark Cuban appeared on one of Donald Trump’s favorite Fox News shows Wednesday night and tore into the president’s constant complaints and suggested Trump lacks the leadership skills to be president. Hel also declared that he’s supporting Joe Biden.
Billionaire investor and “Shark Tank” star got into a heated exchange with Hannity over Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic and his tendency to play the “victim card.”
“This is what really bothers me about the president: He’s the most powerful man in the world and he always plays the victim card: ‘The Dems are out to get me, the media is out to get me,’” Cuban said. “You’ve got to be the leader, you’ve got to be the strongest man in the game and he just hasn’t shown that strength.”
Hannity interjected that “they” spied on Trump, but Cuban wouldn’t let him change the subject.
“Who cares?” Cuban shot back. “He’s the most powerful man in the world. Be powerful, be a leader, set an example.”
Earlier in the conversation, the two sparred over the administration’s response to the pandemic. Hannity noted that Cuban supports former Vice President Joe Biden, and said: “Tell me all the things that Bunker Joe did on coronavirus that you admire, then I’ll tell you what I think Trump did that I admire.”
But Cuban noted that Biden isn’t the president and has no role at all in the government.
“You can’t really put him in that category,” Cuban said, then shared some specific details about the Trump administration’s shortcomings.
Watch the exchange below: