Mark Cuban sits with host Harvey Levin during a scene from Objectified, Levin's new Fox News show.

Mark Cuban sits with host Harvey Levin during a scene from Objectified, Levin's new Fox News show.

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Do you wonder what political party Mark Cuban would choose if he threw his hat in the ring for president of the United States in 2020?

Cuban will discuss his political aspirations and more on Sunday, Oct. 22, on new Fox News Channel series Objectified.

In the episode, the Dallas Mavericks owner and Shark Tank investor won't say whether he'll run; he just says he's a "concerned American citizen." But what he will say, according to a news release, is "which party he'd run for if he decided to." 

What exactly does he say? In a clip, Cuban says "I think we're going into a time where you need somebody who can connect to people and relate to people and I think I qualify on each of those. Now, whether or not I'll do it ... it's a big decision."

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When Levin presses him, Cuban responds: "I wouldn't run unless I have solutions. If I have solutions, then I have something to offer. If I don't, you won't see me anywhere near being a politician."

Cuban also talks about what the Mavericks are worth to him: "I still -- like when I watch the last 30 seconds of when the Mavericks won, it still makes me emotional. I mean, there's just nothing like it and that's not about money."

Objectified airs Sundays at 7 p.m. The series features TMZ founder and host Harvey Levin conducting interviews of willing subjects, using their prized possessions as jumping-off points.

The series kicked off with Judge Judy Sheindlin and has included sit-downs with Tyler Perry and Hulk Hogan.

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