Those Crazy boys

Rich kids at war: Mark Cuban and Donald Trump bicker on Twitter — and it's not a pretty picture

Rich guys Trump and Cuban bicker on Twitter

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban
Mark Cuban has often drawn criticism from Donald Trump.
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Donald Trump is not a fan of Mark Cuban.  Photo by Virginia Sherwood/NBC Universal Inc.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban
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You'd think that Mark Cuban and Donald Trump would have a lot in common. But full pockets and heads of hair aren't enough for those two crazy rich kids to forge a friendship.

Instead, Cubes and The Donald frequently find themselves at odds with each other. The feud spilled over from television to Twitter after Cuban was a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on March 13.

Cuban read a letter from Trump that consoled the billionaire on the failure of his 2004 show The Benefactor. Trump has enjoyed great success with The Apprentice, and Cuban eventually found his reality-show footing with Shark Tank.

But Trump got in a good kick when Cuban was (temporarily) down. 

I am truly sorry to hear that your show has been canceled for lack of ratings. When I initially called you to congratulate you on The Benefactor, little did you or I realize how disastrous and embarrassing it would turn out to be for you. If you ever decide to do another show, please call me and I will be happy to lend a helping hand.

Trump fired back the next day with a flurry of tweets :

On March 15, Cubes finally responded: