Billionaire Mark Cuban, owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks and star of the reality business show "Shark Tank," told "The Ingraham Angle" Friday that he would welcome an invitation to join the newly-announced White House task force focusing on when and how to reopen the U.S. economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"Any way I can serve my country, I'm all in," Cuban told guest host Brian Kilmeade. "If they ask me to ... I would be happy to."
Kilmeade noted that President Trump often views the program and may take Cuban up on his offer.
"I hope so," the business mogul remarked.
When Kilmeade asked what information Trump should know before he can relax the federal coronavirus guidelines without worrying about a sudden jump in cases, Cuban laid out several key factors to watch.
"I think he needs more information. I think you can't just use the death rate and the number of people who are ill or sick or anything. You've got to go out and start talking to businesses about what they see on the other side," he said.