Amy Klobuchar, Tom Steyer couldn’t name Mexican president in interview


Democratic presidential candidates Amy Klobuchar and Tom Steyer could not title the Mexican president when asked for it through a televised job interview in Nevada Thursday.

The two, alongside with Pete Buttigieg, had been separately interviewed by Spanish-language station Telemundo just after a applicant forum hosted by the League of United Latin American Citizens.

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Klobuchar, a Minnesota senator, replied, “No,” when asked who the Mexican president is.

“I forgot,” was billionaire businessman Tom Steyer’s response.

Presidential hopefuls Tom Steyer and Amy Klobuchar each reportedly drew a blank when asked to name the president of Mexico during a campaign event in Nevada.

Presidential hopefuls Tom Steyer and Amy Klobuchar each individual reportedly drew a blank when asked to name the president of Mexico in the course of a campaign celebration in Nevada.

Buttigieg, the previous South Bend, Indiana mayor, was the only prospect to correctly identify Mexico’s president, Andrés Manuel López Obrado, nevertheless he didn’t appear to be much too self-confident.

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“Lopez Obrador, I hope,” he answered with a smile.

No other 2020 presidential candidates ended up existing at Thursday’s discussion board, but Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders dealt with the audience through video clip.

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