Sit down for an interview with him and Cuban will donate $10 million to the charity of Trump's choice - or to Trump himself. As of Friday afternoon, the campaign had raised $175,000 toward a goal of $1 million, and all of the money will be donated to veterans organizations if the presidential nominee releases his returns. "I'll have to send you all of the Mark Cuban tweets and conversations".
As of this writing, Trump has not responded to Cuban's challenge.
Trump added that Cuban used to send him "so many different tweets", but they've since tapered off.
Trump can't mention "the Clintons or discuss anything other than the details and facts" of his plans.
As CNN points out, this last stipulation would not allow Trump to have any of his aides or advisors in the interview room with him to help him answer Cuban's questions. Cuban also said he would have considered being Hillary Clinton's running mate.
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"I know Mark and you know, the problem with Mark, he is not smart enough to understand what we're doing", Trump said in response.
Cuban has been talking about how frightful he thinks Trump is all summer, and recently Bloomberg published a set of e-mails between Cuban and their reporters as to why Cuban turned against Trump.
Cuban, star of ABC's Shark Tank and a frequent Trump critic, tweeted that he'd give the money to the charity of Trump's choice "if you let me interview you for 4 hrs on your policies and their substance".
Presidential nominee Donald Trump giving a speech at the Economic Club in NY.