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Chris Young finished third in last week’s Democratic primary for mayor of Providence, Rhode Island, winning only 5 percent of the vote. But while he won’t be mayor, Young still holds another title: The most painfully awkward interviewee in the history of politics.

While running for the same office in 2010, Young visited a local news show to introduce himself to the voters. Things got weird, fast. Click above to see Young’s painfully awkward interview – then share this video!

Video via The Washington Post/YouTube.

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