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Mark Cuban slams Donald Trump: Not paying taxes is greedy, not ‘smart’

Mark Cuban, who once referred to Donald Trump as “bat-s— crazy,” may have kept his name-calling to a minimum on Monday night after taking in the presidential debate at Hofstra University, but the Dallas Mavericks owner continued to disagree strongly with the Republican candidate’s assertions. In particular, the Cuban criticized Trump’s opinion that not paying federal taxes makes him “smart.
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