BRADDOCK, Pa. - Braddock mayor John Fetterman, who is running for U.S. Senate , released a statement regarding Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s controversial comments about Muslims -- and he used a term familiar to most Pittsburghers.
It reads: “Donald Trump is a jagoff.”
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Fetterman also included the definition of jagoff “for friends in other parts of the state," according to Wikipedia,
“An American English derogatory slang term from Pittsburgh English meaning a person who is stupid or inept. It is most prominent in the Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania areas. The Dictionary of American Regional English defines the term as a "general term of disparagement."
Fetterman is vying for the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, who is running for a second term.
He will join a primary field that includes former Congressman Joe Sestak, who narrowly lost to Toomey in 2010, and Katie McGinty.