Critics of President Trump rarely have any reservations about attacking him, even when said criticism lacks merit. To date, detractors of Trump repeatedly brand him as racist and sexist, despite lacking substantial evidence.
The lack of evidence to support various charges and statements against Trump has yet to stop blind attacks from his detractors. Many people who despise the president are left-leaning and openly supportive of Joe Biden, a candidate with plenty of demons and a questionable history.
During an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Wednesday, billionaire businessman and Shark Tank star Mark Cuban went after President Trump. Washington Examiner notes Cuban’s assertions that the president hasn’t shown “strength,” but instead “[played] the victim card.”
Reviewing Cuban’s Remarks on Trump
When speaking with Hannity, Cuban acknowledged Trump’s economic wins prior to coronavirus, but then alleged that the president has failed to take responsibility since then.
The Shark Tank star also professed that Trump should be a powerful leader who “[sets] an example. Shortly thereafter came Cuban’s claim that despite the president’s reputation as a “counterpuncher,” he has failed to “knock anyone out.”
No sports but a pretty entertaining sparring match between Hannity & Mark Cuban:
“He’s the most powerful man in the world. Be powerful, be a leader, set an example.” https://t.co/9BAetWJY7m pic.twitter.com/a20Ywd3De8
— Dave Briggs (@davebriggstv) May 21, 2020
Hannity pushed back on these allegations, noting that President Trump has been the subject of illegal spying, along with his campaign, transition team, etc. However, Cuban still maintained his belief that Trump’s status as “the most powerful man in the world” should exempt him from stating that others are out to get him.
During earlier remarks with Hannity, the Shark Tank star also confirmed that he will vote for Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election. When Hannity showed Cuban clips of Biden’s various verbal blunders and asked if these blunders scared the businessman, Cuban stated that things from “both sides” are frightening to him.
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