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He also ripped Trump for being willing to put his name on "nonsense" such as Trump Steaks, a since-discontinued brand that was sold through The Sharper Image consumer catalog.
In a letter to investors, Robertson, Tiger's 67-year-old chief, blamed the fund's problems on the rush to cash in on the Internet craze.
"As you have heard me say on many occasions, the key to Tiger's success over the years has been a steady commitment to buying the best stocks and shorting the worst," he wrote.
Mark Cuban questioned Donald Trump's wealth during an interview on WABC's "The Bernie and Sid Show," Buzz Feed reported.
The brash business mogul and owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks said that Trump's lack of transparency makes it particularly difficult to determine what the presumptive Republican presidential nominee is really worth.
Councilor Tito Jackson said he was not sure if the latest transfer could be reversed, but called it another “proof point” about why oversight of the taxi industry should be moved from the Boston Police Department to the Boston Transportation Department.“I believe this was an ill-advised decision to allow someone who was facing federal charges to transfer and liquidate his assets,” Jackson said.