Earlier this week, President Donald Trump tweeted that billionaire Hillary Clinton supporter Mark Cuban was a big supporter of his during the 2016 election.
“I know Mark Cuban well,” Trump tweeted. “He backed me big-time but I wasn’t interested in taking all of his calls. He’s not smart enough to run for president!”
Cuban responded to Trump’s tweet by showing a note Trump sent him asking “what happened” after “nasty” comments Cuban made about Trump on CNN.
How soon they forget …. pic.twitter.com/VXcfnjj4qX
— Mark Cuban (@mcuban) February 12, 2017
According to ESPN, Cuban was seen playing in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, wearing a jersey with 46 on it.
A source told ESPN that the jersey was “likely in response to Trump.”
Cuban said that he was trying to get number 23 but it wasn’t available.”This is two times 23,” he said.
When asked recently about whether he would run for president, Cuban told Business Insider, “We’ll see.”
— B/R Kicks (@br_kicks) February 18, 2017
— Mark Elliott (@markmobility) February 18, 2017
Mark Cuban taking a shot at Trump, wearing #46 in the NBA Celebrity All-Star Game. Trump said Cuban wasn't smart enough to run for president pic.twitter.com/iK6HSKsOiY
— Josh Billinson (@jbillinson) February 18, 2017
‘Archie Bunker is in the Oval Office’ flailing around searching for a fight: columnist
President Donald Trump's doctrine of global policy is ambiguous at best and erratic at worst, a Daily Beast reporter pointed out in a Thursday morning piece.
Thus far, the president's dogma has been a hodge-podge of assumptions and ambiguity that changes depending on the feud of choice he has waged on any given day. The only consistency is Trump's unfaltering support for Russian President Vladimir Putin and his loyalty to Benjamin Netanyahu. Outside of that, the Trump doctrine seems to be based on the ill-informed whims of a president who conducts foreign policy based on near-daily squabbles.
Pentagon chief confirms death of Al-Qaeda’s Hamza bin Laden
US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper has confirmed the death of Hamza Bin Laden, the son and designated heir of Al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden.
"That's my understanding," Esper said in an interview late Wednesday with Fox News, when asked if Hamza bin Laden was dead.
"I don't have the details on that. And if I did I'm not sure how much I could share with you," he added.
US media reported at the beginning of August that bin Laden was killed during the last two years in an operation that involved the United States, citing US intelligence officials.
But President Donald Trump and other senior officials have refused to confirm or deny it publicly.
‘Same lies, but she gets to sit’: Sarah Sanders roasted for taking Fox News job weeks after resigning as top Trump flack
Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, whose dishonesty was so infamous that it even earned a mention in special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, is taking a job at Fox News.
According to journalist Yashar Ali, Sanders has been hired as a contributor and "she'll be making her debut September 6th on Fox & Friends."
NEWS: @SarahHuckabee is joining the Fox News Channel as a contributor.