The most important word in Donald Trump's vocabulary is "killer," according to Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban — and it's "changed politics."
In the outspoken billionaire's subscription-only Cyber Dust social media app — reprinted by the Dallas News
— he issued a "2-minute guide" to the Trump campaign, saying that mulling Trump on the stump has been his favorite "sport" in the Mavericks off-season.
"His most important word is killer," the outspoken businessman writes as the No. 1 thing-to-know about the real estate billionaire.
"If you are not a killer, he doesn't respect you. If you are a smart killer, you have used knowledge, effort and something that makes you special to accomplish what most dream of. He does not think any of the other candidates in either party is a killer. Which is why he has no trouble criticizing them."
When it comes to politics, Cuban notes, "If you want to beat Donald…you have to be a smart killer that can go toe to toe with him and crush him with his kryptonite. His kryptonite is technology. He doesn't understand it. He is lucky I am not running. I would toy with him :)"
In the meantime, Cuban writes, "There is no one running that can stand up to him."
"He knows it. That's why he isn't leaving anytime soon. He smells the kill," he writes.
Cuban also says Trump thinks like a businessman, approaching a problem by asking himself if and how he can solve it.
"Like most ultra successful people he sees solutions and thinks it's a matter of effort to go from concept to result," Cuban writes. "He knows he could fail. But he will deal with that when he gets there."
And what the media doesn't get, Cuban argues, is that Trump "doesn't see downsides."
"Donald listens for applause… ratings and bodies at events are votes," he writes. "He knows everyone hates every politician, so no matter what he says as long as ratings and bodies are there, he is winning."
"Donald fashioned himself a killer of political correctness. A killer of politics as usual. A killer of those, both real and imagined who would threaten American's future," Cuban adds.
"Donald Trump has changed politics" even though "the odds are against" his becoming the next president.
And in case anyone wonders, yes, Cuban likes Trump.
"Will I vote for him? Way too early to decide," he writes.
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