Mark Cuban is fairly certain which party he would choose if he were to run for president of the United States.

During a Sunday interview with Harvey Levin on Fox News, the Mavericks owner called himself "fiercely independent" but said the party of his choice for his potential candidacy as early as 2020 is "probably Republican."

"You need somebody who can connect to people and relate to people and I think I qualify on each of those. Now whether or not I'll do it, that's a big decision," Cuban said. “I wouldn’t run unless I have solutions. If I have solutions, then I have something to offer. If I don’t, you won’t see me anywhere near being a politician."

Cuban has long been critical of President Donald Trump and gone back and forth with him over the last few months regarding a number of issues, including the ongoing protests linked to the national anthem. Earlier this month, he confirmed the speculation that he is seriously contemplating running if it means enacting sensible change.

"Considering, yes. Ready to commit to it, no,” Cuban said. "I really believe there are right and wrong answers to problems. My goal is always to find a solution.”

The 59-year-old billionaire and "Shark Tank" co-star had supported Trump early on in last year's campaign before making a shift to back Hillary Clinton. He has been a staunch opponent of Trump since he entered the White House and previously said he would "kick his a—" at the polls.