Advertisement
Mark Cuban used to email with Donald Trump — here’s what he has to say about the Republican presidential candidate AP Photo
Mark Cuban arrives at the Radio Disney Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Saturday, April 30, 2016, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP) and FILE - In this Thursday, July 21, 2016 file photo, Republican Presidential Candidate, Donald Trump, speaks during the final day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. One day after Trump accepted the Republican nomination for president of the United States, his lawyers will be in court to try to get a lawsuit dismissed alleging that the business mogul defrauded customers who took courses with false promises of teaching success in real estate at the now-defunct Trump University. Lawyers for Trump will appear Friday, July 22, 2016, before U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel to argue that a lawsuit against the nominee lacks merit. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

Billionaire Mark Cuban was once a supporter of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, but it appears as though the tables have turned.

Earlier this week, he joked that perhaps The Donald was not in fact as wealthy as he claims. Thursday, he more intimately revealed the nature of their former communication.

RELATED: Mark Cuban tells the rest of the world that Americans are nothing like Donald Trump

“He doesn’t actually email but his assistant would email for him, and so we developed a decent relationship,” Cuban told the CBS radio show “Brown and Scoop.”

“But once he got to the point where he beat Ted Cruz, it was time to start digging in and understand policies, understand where we stand in the world, digging in and understanding treaties, all the things he’s been talking about.”

RELATED: Mark Cuban whipped out his wallet, compared its size to Donald Trump’s and made one bold claim

“He just stopped making any effort to learn, and that hasn’t changed,” the Dallas Maverick’s owner said. “And even when you talk to people around him, it’s like, ‘did he really try to make an effort to learn and we’re just not seeing it?’ It’s like, ‘no, we know who he is.’”

Last Thursday, Donald Trump formally accepted the Republican nomination for president.

Cuban once was a defender of the outspoken New Yorker, but has recently turned to trolling the candidate.

(H/T Complex)

Author placeholder image About the author:

Stories You Might Like