Point of this post is Cuban will help Trumps numbers.
Does Mark Cuban represent the establishment by attacking Trump? Cuban isn't saying anything new. The only thing apparently different is Cuban is expecting people to take his word because he is a billionaire. Just a few weeks ago he wanted to be a VP. He didn't care for who. He wanted to be a VP either for Hillary or for Trump. I think he will be perceived by the undecided as a jilted billionaire that wants to dictate his feelings. My guess is that Cuban will bump Trump up a few points. Cuban appears to not know the news or disregards the news. If Trump gets elected then everybody can blame Cuban. If Trump loses then everybody can thank Cuban. I don't think he thought this through.
I have a strong feeling that the vast majority of American voters don't even know who Mark Cuban is. Most people in Dallas probably know of him, but ask an average person on the street who he is and I'm certain you would get a lot of blank stares.
You're giving this guy far more credit to tilt the election than he deserves.
Reality show is how the industry describes "Shark Tank". :
About Shark Tank TV Show Series - ABC.com
Shark Tank, the critically-acclaimed "reality show" that has reinvigoratedentrepreneurship in America, has also become a culturally defining series. Therecipient
Chet Ruminski Wrote: Shark tank is and has been a hit reality show for sometime now. Trumpsters watch it so probably do on the fence trumpsters.
An average of 6 million people watch Shark Tank. There are 218,959,000 registered voters in the United States.
Sure, those six million people will likely know who Mark Cuban is, but the vast majority of the other 212,959,000 registered voters most likely don't.