Billionaire investor Mark Cuban has come out in support of Hillary Clinton.
“I will vote for Hillary and do my best to convince every one I know to vote for Hillary,” Cuban tweeted Friday night in response to a user who asked if he was going to vote for the Democratic nominee “to keep this racist 5 year old who throws tantrums our of office.”
The Dallas Mavericks owner said he would spread the word about his support for the former secretary of State.
Earlier in the evening, Cuban shared a video from Trump’s campaign event on Colorado and asked “This guy should be commander in chief?”
Recently, Cuban has also been vocal about questioning Trump and his wealth.
“Whether or not that’s made him a billionaire, I don’t know,” Cuban said in a June interview. “He’s not transparent enough for us to actually know.”
Just two months ago, Cuban said he would consider being the running mate for either Clinton or Trump.
“I think Donald has a real chance to win, and that’s scary to a lot of people. But what’s scary about it to me is that you can see him now trying to do what he thinks is right to unify the party,” he said in a May interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd.
Just a year ago, Cuban said Trump was the “best thing to happen to politics.”
(via: The Hill)