Billionaire Mark Cuban: Trump like a guy who'll 'say anything to get laid' so he can 'f*ck the country'
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban before NBA game against the New York Knicks Feb. 24, 2014 at Madison Square Garden (AFP)

Billionaire Mark Cuban took fellow super-wealthy businessman Donald Trump to task on comedian Larry Wilmore's "Nightly Show," saying Trump wants to "f*ck the country."


Cuban, who owns the Dallas Mavericks, is a film producer and investor, said he believes Trump's outrageous comments about Mexican and Muslim people are only to get votes, and that he doesn't sincerely believe it.

"He’s like that guy who walks into the bar, and will say whatever it’ll take to get laid. Only in this case he’s not trying to f*ck some girl. He’s trying to f*ck the country," he said.

Cuban said as a political candidate, Trump has gone too far. This week, he generated outrage from across the political spectrum by saying Muslims should be barred from entering the United States.

"Everybody’s got that friend that they pick on, that one guy that you know has a good heart and wants to do the right thing but does some of the stupidest shit all the time,” he said. “I actually like him and get along with him, but he’s kinda gone off.”

Cuban also warned that as extreme as Trump and his supporters have become, more is to be expected.

“He’s just getting started, there’s so much more to come,” Cuban told Wilmore and co-hosts Grace Parra and Jordan Carlos. “They’re not playing for real yet… he’s just warming up the audience.”

Watch the segment, as posted, here: