Watch: Donald Trump Jr. calls John Fetterman the 'vegetable senator from Pennsylvania'

Watch: Donald Trump Jr. calls John Fetterman the 'vegetable senator from Pennsylvania'
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Donald Trump Junior hosted United States Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Georgia) on Thursday's edition of his Triggered podcast, where the pair disparaged Senator John Fetterman (D-Pennsylvania) after he voluntarily checked himself into a hospital "to receive treatment for clinical depression," per CNN.

"Uh, you know, I, I, I feel like in national elections right now, we're up against a lot. You know, we're, we're up against the ballot harvesting machine. They got a two-month-long Election Day. Uh, I, I have a feeling, you know, the, the people that elected the vegetable senator from Pennsylvania, Uh, you know, I have a feeling that a lot of the people that you know, cast those ballots probably couldn't tell you who's on the ballot for the Senate in Pennsylvania," Junior proclaimed.

"He's back in the hospital, by the way," Greene interjected.

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"Uh, you know, and I, I wish him, well, I don't mean him. I don't, I don't mean him any harm, but like I could see that mile away and I was criticized for being an ableist, meaning I'm discriminating against someone with disabilities for expecting a United States Center to have basic cognitive function," Junior sneered.

"Absolutely," Greene concurred.

"I don't think that's negotiable," Junior continued.

"No, it's not," agreed Greene.

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"You can call me whatever the f*ck you want. Like, like that's a no-brainer. And yet there are, it's terrible," Junior said mockingly.

"It's just the ability to do the job," Greene added, "and we need someone that is thinking really well."

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