Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks and billionaire has challenged Trump to do a four hour interview exclusively with him. There is a catch though to the interview.
Cuban detailed in several tweets that he would donate $10 million of his own money to a charity of Trump's choosing to interview the Republican nominee for president. Cuban also offered up some ground rules including; no mention of the Clintons, no help from Trump's staff and Trump can even take the money for himself instead of give it to charity.
Throughout the summer, Cuban slowly began to question Trump's motives and opinions more and more after once saying of Trump, "Probably the best thing to happen to politics in a long, long time." In a recent article with Bloomberg detailed Cuban's switch from Trump to Clinton. He questioned Trump's issues with international treaties as well as Trump's comments regarding the use of nuclear weapons.
Trump has been criticized during the past few months for not explaining his proposed policies enough since winning the nomination for the Republican Party. Recently, in a press release, Trump claimed to have been a major player in President Obama releasing his birth certificate.
Donald Trump has yet to respond to Cuban on Twitter, which is the nominee's favorite social media outlet. If Trump agrees to Cuban's offer, it could be the first time Trump could defend his policies to the national audience before the debates begin on September 26 in New York.