Mark Cuban Demolishes Fox Host On Hillary Conspiracy Theories, Makes Hillary An Offer

Share This Story

Billionaire Mark Cuban went onto Fox News Business’s Neil Cavuto to speak about Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, his performance was epic. Cuban started by insulting Trump’s extreme lack of policy knowledge, his words are especially poignant since both he and Trump both belong to the billionaire club, a club in which Trump has become particularly unpopular.

Cuban was asked about Hillary’s email, the great right wing conspiracy scandal that doesn’t really exist. On it he responded more articulately than the Democrats have managed to. He detailed how 99.9% of the time Hillary has operated within the rules, using paper to review and receive classified material.

Cavuto’s right wing conspiracies were deflected and demolished by Cuban in a classy way.

Cavuto questioned Cuban on how Hillary Clinton could charge $250,000 a speech without being corrupt, his response, Former Republican President Ronald Reagan charged $1,000,000 per speech.

Via RawStory: “Look. You have to ask yourself what’s the market for a former president giving a speech, right?” he lectured. “So first of all, Ronald Reagan was paid more than a million dollars for speeches in 1989. He went to Japan and gave two speeches. Second of all, Bill Clinton made, I think it was $250K give or take, for a lot of speeches. I’ve made $250K for a bunch of speeches. For the most part, he gets paid a little more than I do, but the point is he was right inside the market. He wasn’t getting paid more or less than the market.”

Cuban also offered to play Donald Trump for Hillary Clinton’s Presidential Debate prep. Thus far Clinton has been unable to find someone to role play Donald Trump during practice debates. It speaks to how unpredictable Trump is, no one knows if he will be completely insane, try and pretend to be reasonable, there is simply no way to know what will happen.

Should Hillary have Mark Cuban play Trump? Comment below.

Share This Story

What do you think?