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Mark Cuban is coming back to troll Trump at the third debate: 'Can't wait to give a big hug to my bestie'

Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban is going back to a presidential debate as a guest of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Along with Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman, a prominent Republican backer of Clinton, Cuban was announced as a guest for the Wednesday night debate in Las Vegas. It's the third and final presidential debate. Clinton's communications director, Jennifer Palmieri, confirmed the guests, according to NBC's Monica Alba.
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