WATCH: Gary Johnson's Latest On-Air Breakdown
Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson is having another "Aleppo moment"; He's not sure whether or not to suspend his campaign.
"I still can't [name a favorite foreign leader]," he admitted in a CNN interview Tuesday. Johnson couldn't seem to explain his recent gaffes or figure out why they matter.
"I've never been in politics before," he insisted. "I held a lot of people in this country on pedestals and then I get to meet them up front and personal and I find out that they're all about getting relected, that they're not about issues; a lot of empty suits that I held up on pedestals, so I'm a real skeptic."
Johnson was getting worked up, somehow forgetting his main talking point about being a successful two-term governor of New Mexico.
Was he being told he should leave the race?
"Look, if that's a disqualifier to run for President, so be it," he told CNN's Alisyn Camerota. "And with regards to Aleppo, look, why can't we admit.. we're involved in Syria; we're involved in a Civil War where hundreds and thousands of innocent people have died and because we're involved in both sides of this crossfire. We have to take some responsibility for a lot of people that have died."
And apparently knowing the city where most of those people died is asking too much.
"You can dot the I's and cross the T's on foreign leaders and geographic locations.. Hey, if that ends up being the case, so be it. I guess I wasn't meant to be President," Johnson said.