Befuddled Schumer beclowns himself when he can’t name ONE Dem who can beat Trump in 2020

Who does the Democratic Party have in the field as a potential presidential candidate who has a chance of beating President Donald Trump in 2020?

MSNBC’s Kasie Hunt presented Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer with this simple question Friday, and he appeared to be stumped.

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Schumer was unable to come up with a single name.

“Lots of people,” the New York Democrat answered at first, but Hunt wasn’t satisfied — she wanted specifics.

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“I’m not going to pick a name,” he said. “But if he continues at the rate–”

“Who’s the leader of the Democratic Party?” Hunt interrupted. “You?”

“We have a bunch of leaders,” he waffled. “You know, I certainly am the leader of the Senate, and I try to represent the Democratic Party, but we have a lot of good voices.”

Is the name Tom Perez, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, too tough to remember?

Schumer may have been squirming, but Twitter thought it hilarious.

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Hunt should have asked him a simpler question — like explain the theory of relativity.

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