Cuban says he'd spank daughter if she was partying during coronavirus pandemic

Cuban says he'd spank daughter if she was partying during coronavirus pandemic

NBA owner Mark CubanMark CubanMark Cuban, Ted Cruz tangle on Twitter over national anthem and China Cuban, Walker battle over Black Lives Matter on NBA courts during Fox special Mark Cuban endorses Biden on Hannity: He 'actually wants to run a country' MORE told ABC's "The View" he would bend his daughter over his knee and give her a public spanking if he discovered she was among those who "were partying on spring break" amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“You have to communicate to them and really make it clear. Literally, if one of my kids went out there and were partying on spring break, I would walk up to her and bend her over my knee," Cuban said.

"I’ve never spanked my kids. Ever. And I have never had any intention of doing it," he continued. "But I would pull down those pants and spank her right in front of all those spring breakers because it’s criminal. You just can’t do it.”

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The "Shark Tank" star has been active on both the traditional media and social media fronts amid the crisis. He sent a tweet on Tuesday imploring Democratic and Republican lawmakers to complete a $2 trillion stimulus package in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

"BOTH OF YOU NEED TO DO YOUR F***ING JOB!" Cuban wrote in a tweet directed at Senate Minority Leader Charles SchumerChuck SchumerPelosi orders Capitol flags at half-staff to honor Ginsburg Ginsburg in statement before her death said she wished not to be replaced until next president is sworn in Democrats call for NRA Foundation to be prohibited from receiving donations from federal employees MORE (D-N.Y.) and Sen. John CornynJohn CornynBipartisan praise pours in after Ginsburg's death Chamber of Commerce endorses McSally for reelection Airline job cuts loom in battleground states MORE (R-Texas). "@SenSchumer, stop kissing progressive ass. We can't solve every problem in this deal. @JohnCornyn, stop kissing big corporate ass. They don't need buybacks or exec bonuses. They have no choice but to take any deal they can get."

The U.S. death toll stands at 728 with more than 60,000 confirmed cases, according to a New York Times tracker.