Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban is "considering" running for president but isn't ready to commit.

In an interview with Bakari Sellers, Cuban says he doesn't think Trump has poisoned the political well for other businesspeople to enter the race.

"I don't think anybody who knows me, anybody who listens to me, anybody who talks to me, [is] going to think I'm anything like Donald Trump," Cuban said, describing himself as an "independent all the way through."

If he runs, Cuban says his key issues would be economic inequality, healthcare, and entrepreneurship.

"I like to think of myself as approaching it differently," Cuban explained. "If I can come up with solutions that I think people can get behind and truly solve problems, then it makes perfect sense for me to run. If it comes down to, ‘Do I think I can win because I can convince more people to vote for me?' Then no, I won't run."

He doesn't, however, plan to fully step back from his business ventures if he decides to enter the race. Cuban said the problem with Trump is that he isn't "transparent" about his business dealings.

"He hasn't released his taxes," Cuban reminded.