*The Cain Train has derailed yet again.

The web was awash yesterday with video of Herman Cain taking nearly a minute to remember why he is against the Obama administration’s handling of Libya. By Monday afternoon, his damage control machine was arguing that the video clip (that had gone viral) “was taken out of context.”

During the exchange with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s editorial board, the GOP presidential hopeful appeared unclear about whether or not he supported Barack Obama’s stance on the country. He said, “President Obama supported the uprising, correct? President Obama called for the removal of Gaddafi. Just wanted to make sure we’re talking about the same thing before I say, ‘Yes, I agreed. No, I didn’t agree.’ ”

Cain then declared “I do not agree with the way he handled it for the following reason” then waved himself off, saying, “Nope, that’s a different one.”

He apologized for his muddled reaction, saying, “I got all this stuff twirling around in my head.”

Cain spokesman JD Gordon later explained to MSNBC that the former Godfather’s Pizza CEO “didn’t say anything wrong or inaccurate; it just took him a while to recall the specifics of Libya.”

Gordon defended Cain, “The video is being taken out of context. He was taking questions for about 30 to 40 minutes on four hours of sleep.”

Later on in the interview, Cain remarked, “Some people want to say as President you’re supposed to know everything. No you don’t.”

“I believe in having all of the information, as much of it as I possibly can, rather than making a decision or a statement about whether I totally agree or disagree when I wasn’t privy to the entire situation.”

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