Donald Trump and Mark Cuban Are Fighting On Twitter Right Now
Today, from the annals of meaningless, social-media ephemera, we'd like to direct you to the bitchy little TwitterFight between Mark Cuban and Donald Trump. It is, we assure you, the kind of TwitterFight that can only exist between insanely wealthy, Type-A megalomaniacs. No matter how far removed some of these rich guys get from primary school, they never truly leave the playground.
If you'll recall, Cuban offered Trump $1 million to shave the complex, architectural marvel of engineering that is his iconic coif. Guess that didn't sit well. Best we can tell, this dust-up began when Cuban challenged trump to put up $1 million for Superstorm Sandy relief instead:
Nobody, but nobody, pushes The Donald around, and so Trump responded by delivering some low blows:
.@mcuban Baseball commissioner and owners were smart when they didn't want you to buy a team--- but I don't think you have the money anyway.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 5, 2012
Come on@realdonaldtrump ,you need to do better with the insults.This reminds me of when I used to pick on you when we were kids in Kenya— Mark Cuban (@mcuban) November 5, 2012
In Trump's responses, he may as well have produced his penis for the measuring:
.@mcuban, Shark Tank was shoved to Friday evening-- Friday is considered "dead television." Besides, you are not the star (& never will be).— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 5, 2012
After 13 seasons, @apprenticenbc easily beat Shark Tank in ratings last year-- better demos as well.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 5, 2012
That, we guess, is the moral of this story: Vote, y'all.
Update: Apparently, they'll both be on The Ticket Tuesday morning.
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