Mark Cuban’s wife won’t let him run for president, ‘Shark Tank’ co-star Barbara Corcoran says

While Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says he “hasn’t closed the door” on a potential presidential bid, his fellow “Shark Tank” star Barbara Corcoran says his wife would never let him do it.

Speaking to top real-estate association NYRAC, Corcoran addressed rumors about Cuban’s White House aspirations.

She said, “I’ll tell you who I do believe, [Cuban’s] wife [Tiffany Stewart]. When I went to his 60th birthday about six months ago in Dallas, the person I most wanted to see was Mark’s wife and I said to her, ‘Are you going to let Mark run for president?’ and she said, ‘Absolutely not!’ And I believe her. And that’s what I think the real answer is.”

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“When I went to his 60th birthday … I said to her, ‘Are you going to let Mark run for president?’ and she said, ‘Absolutely not!’ “

— Barbara Corcoran

“Shark Tank” star Barbara Corcoran is seen in New York City, Oct. 26, 2018. (GC Images)

Meanwhile, earlier this week Cuban said on Hill.TV that he still may run as an independent.

“[The door] was closed, but we have such crazy times and I’ve been getting so many requests that I at least want to keep the door open, but it’s still highly unlikely.”

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He added, “Right now we have nobody in the federal government that we can trust, yet we’re looking … for somebody who we can effectively trust with our lives … It’s not something I’m going to rush into, but it’s not something I’ve closed the door on.”

Well, his wife is certainly slamming it shut.

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