[Libertarian Presidential Candidate Gary] Johnson, who had been pilloried for blanking on the relevance of the Syrian city of Aleppo in another MSNBC interview, whiffed his way through an even easier foreign policy question.
"Who's my favorite?" Johnson replied.
"Anywhere in the continents," Matthews said. "Any country. Name one foreign leader that you look up to."
William Weld, Johnson's running mate, chimed in with an assist: "I'm with Shimon Peres."
"I'm talking about living, okay?" Matthews said. "You gotta do this. Any continent. Canada, Mexico?"
"I guess I'm having an Aleppo moment," Johnson said.
"In the whole world!" Matthews said. "Anybody in the world."
"I know, I know," Johnson said.
"Pick any leader," Matthews said.
"The former president of Mexico," Johnson said.
"Which one?" Matthews said.
"I'm having a brain freeze," Johnson said.
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