Mark Cuban is ‘absolutely’ open to being Clinton’s vice president

Is Mavericks owner Mark Cuban getting into the presidential race? 

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Mark Cuban has thrown his name into the political ring as of late, saying he would want Hillary Clinton’s vice president to be someone like him, "who would just throw bombs" at presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. 

On Friday NBC’s "Meet the Press" asked the Dallas Mavericks owner if he would really, seriously consider the Veep position if approached. 

Absolutely," the "Shark Tank" star said. Though it would hinge on one condition.

"The key would be, she would have to go more to center," Cuban continued.

"I like the fact that Senator Clinton has thought out proposals, that’s a good thing because at least we get to see exactly where she stands. But I think Senator Sanders has dragged her a little too far to the left: Things like college tuition, and you know, other business elements that really I think could hurt the economy. 

If she’s willing to listen, if she’s willing to hear to other sides of things, then I’m wide open to discussing it."

The ball is in your court, Hillary Clinton.