Mark Cuban Says Trump Deserves 'All the Credit in the World' For How He's Handled Coronavirus

"Shark Tank" star Mark Cuban has defied the mainstream media while praising President Trump for how he has handled the coronavirus pandemic.

The billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner spoke with White House Correspondent Maranda Finney. Cuban said President Trump deserves credit for how he has responded to the coronavirus in America.

“I’m curious how do you think the president is doing when it comes to addressing citizens of America during this COVID-19 pandemic, and what kind of grade would you possibly give him?” Finney asked.

“Look, I’m not gonna throw anybody under the bus,” Cuban began. “I’m not a fan of Donald Trump’s as president, I haven’t been for awhile, but, that said, he’s obviously adjusted and adapted, and he’s doing his best. We are where we are.”

It's good to see someone put their feelings aside and speak the truth.

The billionaire businessman also sang the praises of Dr. Deborah Birx and called her a "rock star."

“The head of FEMA, the surgeon general, there’s just people who have really put themselves out there and put themselves at risk, and during the press conferences, he steps aside,” Cuban added. “He’s not even in camera shot, and that’s good. And I give him all the credit in the world. Do I like the side comments and all the picking on journalists? No, never have, never will. That’s who he is, but credit earned is credit deserved, and so I’ll give him credit where we’re at right now.”

Very refreshing to hear these comments from Mark Cuban. Many people on the left would refuse to give President Trump any credit even if he developed the cure for coronavirus.

Meanwhile, the Democrats like to pretend like everyone knew what was coming in January and February. Nancy Pelosi was busy handing out impeachment pens in January.

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