ANDREA MITCHELL, MSNBC:I want to share with you something you may have seen, that happened- I think it was at a LULAC event a few days ago, a few nights ago in Nevada. This was questioning the candidates on who is the president of Mexico. Let's watch.
GUADALUPE VENEGAS, TELEMUNDO: I'm asking because I feel like a lot of the times, this is our neighbor to the south, and a lot of people don't even know his name. So, you know - do you know his name?
TOM STEYER: I forgot.
VENEGAS: Do you know who he is? Do you know his name?
SEN. AMY KLOBUCHAR (D-MN): Yes. Yes- I know he is the Mexican president.
VENEGAS: But can you tell me his name?
VENEGAS: Can you tell me the president of Mexico?
PETE BUTTIGIEG: Yeah. President López Obrador, I hope. Heh heh.
VENEGAS: You're the only one that's been able to tell me that today.
MITCHELL: Really. I mean, did you see Amy Klobuchar was sort of looking for a life line….
JANET MURGUÍA, CEO, UNIDOSUS: ...trying to get that phone-a-friend in there.
MITCHELL: I mean, that is surprise… surprising. Uh...
MURGUÍA: It is. So…
MITCHELL: Our nearest neighbor.
MURGUÍA: Yeah. I mean, obviously folks appeal to the Mexican-American community- there are still a lot of ties. But, you know, it's not the end of the world if someone doesn't know his name. But you think, on a presidential stage, you’d want to know your nearest neighbor and you’re in a state that has the highest…
MITCHELL: Nearest neighbor to Nevada, to say, not any nearer than Canada to the North.