As we round the clubhouse turn into America’s final presidential election (before we rethink this whole “independence” thing, realize we can’t live on our own and just move back in with our parents in Great Britain), it’s important to note that it’s not all just about ideology. It’s also about personality.
Mark Cuban has been the sports world’s most outspoken critic of Donald Trump. So much so it was rumored that the Clinton campaign was going to put him in the front row of the debate just to get inside The Donald’s head. At least until Trump’s side floated it out there that they might counter with Gennifer Flowers. So it was fun to see this personal letter The Donald sent to Cuban after his “The Apprentice” ripoff show “The Benefactor” was canceled.
I am truly sorry to hear that your show has been cancelled for lack of ratings. When I initially called you to congratulate you on The Benefactor — little did you or I realize how disastrous and embarrassing it would turn out to be for you.
If you ever decide to do another show, please call me and I will be happy to lend a helping hand.
With best wishes, Sincerely, Donald Trump.
Say what you want about the man, his policies, his terrible debate performance or whatever. But that is some world class spite. Dancing on his rival’s professional grave with a pure, hate-filled vindictiveness I find refreshing. Just taking the low road of utter contempt our country needs in order to truly be great again. Now, if he could just bring some of that to the campaign trail, this election might actually be worth following.