USA Today: Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson on guns, debates and pot

An article and video interview from USA Today on June 16:

“’The two parties are the minority party currently to independents,’ Johnson tells USA TODAY’s weekly video newsmaker series. He says he disagrees with Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, on immigration, trade and more. And he says disparagingly that Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee, believes “government is the solution to everything,” and on national security issues ‘would be as hawkish as anybody who has occupied the presidency.’…

“The record negative ratings for both major-party candidates — and the Libertarian Party’s meticulous efforts to get on ballots in all 50 states and the District of Columbia — has opened a path for Johnson to become the most consequential third-party contender since Ross Perot two decades ago. Johnson and his running mate, former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld, have stronger Republican credentials than the GOP’s presumptive nominee can claim.

Read the rest of the article here. 


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