‘Sharknado’ POTUS Mark Cuban is advising this real presidential candidate


Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is the President of the United States in Sharknado 3

In a series of joking Twitter exchanges and a YouTube video, Mark Cuban was approached about his role as President of the United States in Sharknado 3 by none other than real-life presidential candidate Jeb Bush.

“Needed a quick explainer on this Sharknado 3 thing,” Bush tweeted Friday morning, who also posted a short YouTube video in which he joked about being confused about the movie, which featured Cuban as President, Ann Coulter as Vice-President, and a Sharknado raining an army of sharks down on Washington, D.C., destroying the White House, Capitol, and various other landmarks.

Cuban advised Bush that he would just have to watch a rebroadcast of the film on Saturday on the SyFy channel.

Bush has posted a series of tweets and video with the hastag #JebNoFilter, in which the former Florida governor takes a less serious approach, and discusses everyday subjects, including Sharknado.

Here’s the video Bush posted Thursday morning, seeking Sharknado clarification from Cuban:

  H/T: The Dallas Morning News


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