Donald Trump and Mark Cuban are fighting on Twitter again

This time, the Dallas Mavericks owner challenged the real estate mogul to a "Harlem Shake" dance-off

Topics: mark cuban, Donald Trump, dallas mavericks, shark tank, Celebrity Apprentice, Twitter, forbes, harlem shake, ,

Donald Trump and Mark Cuban are in a Twitter war for the umpteenth time. The last time they fought, the Mavs owner dared the quasi-real estate mogul to shave his head in exchange for $1 million, and later asked him to donate to Sandy relief. The jab was in response to Trump’s “surprise” announcement in which the personality-less personality challenged President Obama to show his college transcripts in exchange for a $5 million donation.

Now, the Donald is at it again. On Sunday, Cuban’s team, the Dallas Mavericks, lost against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Trump tweeted:

Trump then asserted that he is “much better looking” and “far richer” than Cuban, who plays golf with “the power of a little girl,” “is physically weak,” “pathetic,” and a “weak man with a big mouth.”

Donald Trump’s tweets:



Not all of those claims can be verified (after all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder), but according to Forbes, Trump is right that he’s richer than Cuban by almost a billion dollars, at $3.2 billion.

But Cuban, who has called Trump a “first-class idiot,” didn’t fire back with any equivalent claims. Instead, he asked “do u really want to keep doing this? I don’t care what you think & you are so easy to pick on…” and then proceeded to have some fun:

 

Prachi Gupta

Prachi Gupta is an Assistant News Editor for Salon, focusing on pop culture. Follow her on Twitter at @prachigu or email her at pgupta@salon.com.

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