Christian Holub
March 25, 2016 AT 01:11 PM EDT

There’s still a lot of time left in the 2016 presidential election. Polls often come out gauging Hillary Clinton’s popularity relative to Donald Trump, or how Ted Cruz would fare against Bernie Sanders. But, as Clinton reminded Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday, both parties’ nominee races are still up in the air, so polls about the November general election don’t really make sense; the choices aren’t real yet. That said, Clinton claimed she is prepared to debate Trump, the current frontrunner for the Republican nomination.

“If he’s the nominee, I look forward to debating him, yes absolutely,” Clinton said. “I actually think most voters, when you start focusing on who can do the job, who can be president, who can be commander-in-chief, what you stand for, what you say you will do, I think voters take that responsibility seriously. I look forward to debating and figuring out where he stands on issues.”

To highlight one such issue, Kimmel asked Clinton if she thinks Trump knows who the prime minister of Canada is. “No, but…” Clinton began, but that was enough for Kimmel.

Watch the clip below.

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