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Mark Cuban explains why he soured on Donald Trump

Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban in a statement posted to Twitter on Thursday explained why he drifted away from Donald Trump after initially expressing excitement about the real-estate magnate's candidacy. The owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks and star of ABC's "Shark Tank" said he "liked Trump's honesty because it was different," and that the Manhattan billionaire "had a chance to change the business of politics" as a result of it.
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