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The Dallas Mavericks owner and self-described independent has been pushing Clinton to pick a business-oriented person such as himself for VP, telling Fox Business, "I'd be VP for either candidate."

"We need to be more center. This country needs solutions, right? We don't need headline porn," Cuban said, dismissing efforts at "playing to progressives" or "playing to conservatives."
"Elizabeth Warren has accomplished a lot in her life, but taking it that far left would be a huge mistake, any more than if Donald Trump went the other way. We need to come center," he added.
Warren endorsed Clinton on Thursday night, joining President Obama and Vice President Biden in throwing their support behind the presumptive Democratic nominee amid speculation that Clinton is considering Warren as her running mate.