We have already seen that Donald Trump and his administration has been suggested that Trump purposely omitted countries with which he does business, and the White House has claimed the list was Obama’s idea.
On the other hand, Cuban does not think the results will cost Trump the support of his followers: “If you supported him, and voted for him, you love him even more now.”
— OutFrontCNN (@OutFrontCNN) February 1, 2017
No doubt Cuban’s appearance and comments won’t help CNN’s image over at the White House but it could be argued CNN has nothing to lose at this point.
Cuban did tell Burnett he is only trying to help and there is no help that Cuban’s pragmatic, common-sense approach is badly needed in the Oval Office.
“But I’m happy to help. Look, he’s our guy. I’m an American first. Everything else comes second.”
It’s a shame Trump doesn’t feel the same way. In the president’s topsy-turvy world, Trump comes first and everything else comes second, including facts.