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Mark Cuban Would Run For President As A Republican; Bob Iger Still Contemplating Bid

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 23 / 17

Mavericks Owner MARK CUBAN , speaking last night on the Fox News show "OBJECTified," said that if he runs for president in '20, he "would do so as a Republican," according to Christopher Brennan of the N.Y. DAILY NEWS.  Cuban said, "There's a place for somebody who's socially a centrist but I'...

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