Mark Cuban Instigates New Trump Troll Ahead of Final Debate

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The billionaire NBA team owner has been needling the candidate throughout the election season.

Mark Cuban is busting Donald Trump's chops one more time before the last presidential debate. 

The billionaire NBA team owner said Tuesday on Twitter that he plans to attend the third and final debate Wednesday between the GOP nominee and his opponent, Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton. 

"Cant wait to give a big hug to my bestie @realDonaldTrump at the debate tomorrow night. I know you miss me!" Cuban tweeted to his more than 5.7 million followers. 

Although he was originally in Trump's corner when the fellow reality show personality announced his White House bid last summer, Cuban has since endorsed Clinton and taken numerous shots at Trump both on TV and over social media. 

Cuban attended the first debate. He was invited by Clinton's campaign. 

Trump shot back at Cuban when he learned the Dallas Mavericks owner would be at the debate, saying he would try to create his own distraction for Clinton by bringing Gennifer Flowers, who accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault in the '90s

Flowers was not ultimately invited to the debate, but Trump did bring multiple Bill Clinton accusers to the second debate. The tactic didn't seem to rattle his opponent.

Since that time, Trump has been accused by numerous women of unwanted sexual advances. He has denied all allegations.

The final debate will take place at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas and will be moderated by Fox News' Chris Wallace.