Donald Trump doesn’t appear to have many supporters these days. During an event in Pittsburg on Saturday, billionaire Mark Cuban gave a captivating speech endorsing Hillary Clinton and insulting Trump, CNN reports.
American businessman and investor Mark Cuban made some disparaging comments towards Trump during his speech. Cuban spoke about leadership, specifically about what it takes to be a leader and what a leader shouldn’t do.
‘Leadership is not yelling, screaming and intimidating right? You know what we call the yellers and the screamers and the people who try to intimidate you, you know what we call people like that, Pittsburg? We call them “Jag-offs,” and is there any bigger “jag-off'”in the world than Donald Trump?’
Mark Cuban spoke with passion as he listed the characteristics of a leader. He told the crowd that a true leader wouldn’t segregate, but would bring everyone together on one accord.
‘Leadership though, leadership is having a clear, positive vision, outlining a plan and telling people how they can participate in that vision and how as a leader we will pull them together and all of us can succeed together.’
Cuban called Trump out on his bluff, basically implying that he doesn’t have what it takes to run a nation because all he’s really doing is running his mouth.
‘Its not “I won’t share my plans or details,” that’s a bluff, which is exactly what Donald Trump is doing, he’s bluffing.
On the other hand, Cuban spoke very highly of Hillary Clinton, calling her an advocate for the American Dream. He also proudly announced that he will now be endorsing Hillary.
‘I’m ready to tell you that I am ready to vote for a true leader, I am ready to vote for the American dream, I’m ready to tell the world that I am here to endorse Hillary Clinton.’
The tweet below shows Bill Clinton thanking Mark Cuban for the exhilarating speech he gave endorsing his wife.
Leadership is about respect, dignity, and having compassion for others. If Donald Trump doesn’t care about the nation’s needs or understand the struggles people go through everyday, then he shouldn’t be running for office. He should stick to what he knows, being “America’s Businessman,” and leave the presidency to the grown ups.
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