Mark Cuban, Shark Tank star, Dallas Mavs owner, and Pittsburgh native, endorsed Hillary Clinton at a Clinton/Kaine rally in Pittsburgh on Saturday.

Cuban said that Donald Trump scares him, but that as a business person, he’d hoped that things would have been different because he saw opportunity there. He told the crowd gathered in Pittsburgh that Trump is “batsh*t crazy.”

Cuban also said that he talked directly to Trump before endorsing Hillary, but ultimately didn’t feel that Trump was willing to do the work that is necessary to lead the country. He contacted John Podesta, the Clinton campaign chairman, on Thursday night saying that he was ready to endorse Hillary. The timing was good as Clinton and Kaine have been traveling through the Pennsylvania Rust Belt, and the timing worked out well with their stop in Cuban’s hometown of Pittsburgh.

Cuban played right to the crowd as he spoke on Saturday as he discussed Trump, his campaign, and his temperament:

You know what we call a person like that — the screamers, the yellers, the people that try to intimidate you? You know what we call a person like that in Pittsburgh? A jagoff. Is there any bigger jagoff in the world than Donald Trump?”

‘Jagoff’ is a “Pittsburghese” term used in western Pennsylvania to describe someone who is stupid, inept, or incompetent.

As Hillary spoke about her plan to make sure the wealthiest people were paying their fair share of taxes, she turned to Mark Cuban and said, “Sorry, Mark.”

To see Mark Cuban’s entire speech, check out the video below:

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