Mark Cuban Says He Would Vote For Biden Even If ‘He Was Being Given His Last Rites’

Former Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban reveals why he would still vote for Joe Biden over Donald Trump, even if Biden was on his deathbed.

In this presidential election, the likeliest Democratic and Republican nominees are not young men.

But with Joe Biden specifically, the Democrat shows significant signs of cognitive decline that comes with age.

That doesn’t matter to Mark Cuban.

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Cuban Would Vote For A Dying Biden Over Trump

The Hill reports, “Mark Cuban, the former owner of the Dallas Mavericks, said he would cast his vote for President Biden over former President Trump in November, even if ‘he was being given last rites.”

“If they were having his last wake, and it was him versus Trump, and he was being given last rites, I would still vote for Joe Biden,” Cuban recently told Bloomberg News.

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The billionaire also told the outlet that he plans to vote for former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley in the Texas GOP primary Tuesday as “a protest vote against Trump,” but that he would still support the current president versus the former one.

Texas is one of more than a dozen states holding primaries for both parties on Super Tuesday, alongside states such as Arkansas, California and Virginia. 

Cuban, a prominent investor and “Shark Tank” star, has been a vocal critic of the former President, particularly in the aftermath of the Capitol riot. He supported Trump’s ban from X (formerly Twitter) and other social media platforms, stating that it was “the right thing to do” in light of the events that unfolded.

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Mark Cuban Was Rumored To Run In 2024

Cuban had been rumored to run for president last year, something he said he had “no plans” to do in November.

But he also said he hadn’t completely “closed the door” to it.

“It was closed, but we have such crazy times and I’ve been getting so many requests that I at least want to keep the door open, but it’s still highly unlikely,” Cuban said back then. “There would have to be something more than the pandemic.”

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