Mark Cuban is offering Trump millions for one meetup

Early Friday afternoon, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban pitched 2016 presidential hopeful Donald Trump a $10 million deal he has yet to accept.

In a series of cutting tweets, which most assume were brought on by Trump's earlier accusation calling Cuban "not smart," the billionaire businessman invited Trump to a four-hour sit-down interview:

As a prominent Clinton supporter, Cuban, of course, set a few ground rules regarding the proposed interview, stating in a tweet:

He also made it clear that no one would aid him or Trump during the interivew.

Cuban assumed Trump isn't the charitable type — and gave him another option for what he can do with the $10 million

Cuban ended his Twitter rant by using a few choice words Trump, apparently, uses as well.

Now, check out a few business leaders who endorse Donald Trump:

Business leaders who endorse Donald Trump
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Business leaders who endorse Donald Trump

Steve Forbes, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes 

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Peter Thiel, Venture Capitalist, co-founder of PayPal

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Kenneth Langone, co-founder of The Home Depot

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Bernard 'Bernie' Marcus, co-founder and former chairman of Home Depot 

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Pete Coors, Chairman of MillerCoors

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Linda McMahon, formerly CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment

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Brian France, Chairman and CEO of NASCAR

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Herman Cain, American author and business executive

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Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard

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