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Mark Cuban says he'd be interested in serving as Trump's 'entrepreneurial czar'

Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban expressed interest in serving as President Donald Trump's "entrepreneurial czar" in a recent exchange with Business Insider following the disbanding of the president's two business councils. Cuban said he would "put America first" if Trump allowed him to have a "Gary Cohn level of autonomy" to work on issues of importance to entrepreneurs with the White House.
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