Billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks Mark Cuban likes to take calculated risks. But like all entrepreneurs and investors, Cuban appreciates a stable environment to operate in. And stability is one thing Donald Trump won't bring to the Oval Office -- or the American (read global) economy -- should he win the presidency in November. Trump has done a good job identifying some of the problems we have, Cuban has said. But the GOP candidate fails to offer any real solutions to them. "He doesn't say how he's going to get there," Cuban says.
Comparing the empty rhetoric of Trump's stated initiatives to those of Trump's likely opponent Hillary Clinton, Cuban told CNN's Erin Burnett: "I can go to Hillary's websites and there's spreadsheets, there's depth, there's analysis, there's details."
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