Mark Cuban is already the front-runner to secure the Democrat Party's nomination for president in 2020, and then challenge Donald Trump in the battle of billionaires for the White House. On March 20, 2017, he told reporter Nicholas Ballasy at PJ Media (reported in Breitbart):
“I think health care should be a right. If there’s a legitimate way to modify the Constitution, I literally think there should be an amendment to the Constitution for healthcare for chronic illnesses and serious injury. We all play the genetic lottery,” Cuban said according to Ballasy.
In one fell swoop, Cuban picked up supporters of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren who want single-payer, Medicare-style, national health insurance. Cuban went much further in proposing a Constitutional Amendment to guarantee care for chronic illnesses and serious injury.
Cuban is likely to command overwhelming support among Silicon Valley Democrats against all other rivals.
Cuban has positioned himself to secure the support of two core interest groups in the Democrat Party.
He may well have the nomination locked up before he declares his candidacy.