Hillary Clinton will have a very outspoken supporter in her corner Monday night when she faces off with Donald Trump in the first presidential debate of the 2016 election.
Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, has traded verbal jabs with Trump of late, and he’ll be front and center for what surely will be a fascinating scene at Hofstra University.
Even more interesting than Cuban sitting in the front row is that, according to CNN, the Clinton campaign invited the outspoken Mavs owner..
“He has the best seat we have access to,” a Clinton aide told CNN.
While most eyes will be fixated on the stage, where the debate between Clinton and Trump should be fascinating, it’s fun to think about the possibilities with an energetic Cuban lurking in Row 1.
Just ask Clinton’s press secretary, Brian Fallon.
Also, we’re still awaiting word on whether Trump will accept Cuban’s $10 million challenge. Maybe they can figure it out Monday night when they’re both in the same room.
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