Loudmouth billionaire and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban predicted the markets would crash after Trump won the election. He barely finished wiping the egg off his face following the historic rise of the stock market, when his team of snowflakes announced they wouldn’t be staying at any of the Trump properties during their season. It’s their special way of showing our President-elect how fully-grown 7 foot+ multi-millionaire athletes with crybaby owners behave when they don’t get their way.

TMZ caught up with Mavericks owner and Hillary supporter Mark Cuban yesterday to ask what he thought of President Donald J. Trump. 

“Some of his policies are fine, right, some of his Republican-driven policies…tax reform, reduction of bureaucracy…I think There are a lot of positives there, but I don’t think those are necessarily his ideas [REALLY MARK? NONE OF THE IDEAS ARE HIS?], and the execution, particularly on the ban, has been horrible. I mean, I don’t think he lasts four years.” 
Really Mark? And what exactly does that mean when you say you “don’t think he lasts four years”?

Arizona citizens must be thrilled to hear billionaire Mark Cuban who has personal security surrounding him talk about how ridiculous Trump’s efforts to secure our borders and keep our nation safe from foreigners who sneak in with actual refugees with a goal of doing harm to our nation.


Does anyone remember when Mark Cuban told FOX News host Neil Cavuto (at 5:38 mark), “If Donald wins, I have no doubt the market tanks!”

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Well, that’s not exactly what happened now is it Cuban?

Here’s what REALLY happened to the stock market after Trump’s election: 

Market Watch – U.S. stocks rallied Wednesday, with the Dow industrials jumping 257 points, led by a surge in financial, health-care and industrial stocks, as investors bet on the infrastructure spending policy promised by President-elect Donald Trump.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +1.40% gained as much as 316 points, briefly surpassing the all-time closing high set in August. The index closed 256.95 points, or 1.4%, higher at 18,589.69, its highest level since Aug. 18. Pfizer Inc. PFE, +7.07% and Caterpillar Inc CAT, +7.70% led the gains, rallying more than 7%.

Way to go Cuban…you just reminded us of how little you know about economics or choosing the right candidate for President…

Keep up the great work Mark. You’re really helping out your brand. 

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