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Not a Single Jeopardy Contestant Can Name GOP’s Most Memorable 2012 Candidate

While the political world might think Herman Cain was the GOP’s most memorable candidate from the clown show known as the “2012 Republican presidential primaries,” apparently last night’s Jeopardy! contestants remember otherwise.

The clue: “This pizza magnate and 2012 presidential candidate was a math major at historically black Morehouse College.” Not a single contestant — Julia, Dilip, or Donna — could answer.

“How quickly you have forgotten Herman Cain,” host Alex Trebek remarked.

And for those who have truly consigned Cain to oblivion, he was the Republican candidate whose greatest hits include: His “9-9-9” tax plan seemingly cribbed from SimCity; his gospel music album; the loveably terrible “Smoking” ad; quoting Pokémon; oh, and, multiple sexual harassment charges that successfully derailed his campaign and short-lived frontrunner status.

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[h/t The Daily Caller]

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