Liz Mair: Hillary/Trump Are Both Terrible People and I Don’t Want Either of Them To Be President

‘The reality of the situation is at worst, if you vote for Gary Johnson, what you’re doing is splitting your vote between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton ‘

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MAIR: "I say those people can't do math and they need to go back to first grade. The reality of the situation is at worst, if you vote for Gary Johnson, what you're doing is splitting your vote between Donald Trump and Hillary Clintonand I say at worst because I feel pretty bad about anything that would amount to splitting my vote between these two people. They're both terrible, terrible people and I don't want either of them to be president, but the reality of the situation is at least by voting for Gary Johnson I am able to do something that more or less according with my conscience. I can vote for someone that I more or less agree with and I can vote for someone that is not going to be wearing an Orange jump suit in the next ten years which is a big question with the other two and I'm pretty confident that I'm not going to be voting for someone that will compromise national security which say real question for these two. At the end of the day, I do think those are reason yes you will see more and more Republicans taking a close look at the Johnson-Weld ticket and probably starting in, I don't know, 45 minutes at the rate Donald Trump is going today."

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