Young Hillary voters know more about Harambe than Tim Kaine [VIDEO]

(Reuters)

(Reuters)

Millennials are all too familiar with the two major party candidates running for president. Their running mates? Not so much.

In a video released by the website Campus Reform, Hillary Clinton’s millennial supporters at the University of Cincinnati struggled to identify her running mate, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, when they were presented with a photo of him.

“Um, I cannot tell you who that is…” said one student remarked in the video.

However, when presented with a photo of a gorilla, every single person identified the animal as Harambe, the 17-year-old primate who was gunned down by workers at the Cincinnati Zoo in May after a three-year-old boy climbed into his enclosure.

Even when these millennials were given a hint that the photo of Tim Kaine had something to do with Hillary Clinton, one female student guessed “Bill Clinton.”

Out of all the millennials interviewed in the video, only one student was reported as correctly identifying the man in the photo as Tim Kaine.

Another female student was completely clueless as to who Tim Kaine is, saying, “I’ve heard nothing about Tim Kaine. I didn’t even know that [he and Hillary] were running together.”

This is why millennials can’t have nice things.

Watch the entire video below: