At least Trump is different. He recognizes the issues and doesn't waste time. No doubt his business experience has taught him that.
If you have to qualify your decision for who you are voting for with "At least..." then the person you're voting for is NOT a worthy candidate.
Hillary can kick rocks, and I hope the FBI finds her guilty. She should not even be in running, and her validity as a candidate is non-existent.
Trump, on the other hand, is NOT a politician, NOT trained in political arts, and to cast a vote for him is basically giving up entirely on the idea of having any order. It is a wasted vote.
We -all- need to stop pretending that the two-party system is remotely valid. You admit that Gary Johnson has a solid platform? THEN VOTE FOR HIM.
If I thought the libertarian guy had a chance, I'd probably vote for him. But, I don't want a replay of 1992(looong before I could vote) where the split Republicans caused Clinton to get into office in the first place, so I've got to cast my vote for Trump. If he manages to kick out the illegals, this country could maybe afford itself again. Assuming he can run a country better than he runs businesses, lol.
The Libertarian party has a chance... if people would actually vote for them. Look at it this way: instead of worrying about splitting the GOP vote, just vote your conscience, instead of throwing your vote away on a nutbag.
We need not accept a decision between two criminals. This is NOT a two-party system. Vote your conscience, whoever you vote for, but seriously consider ANYONE else if the two candidates from the major parties are BOTH corrupt. Don't choose between two forms of cancer; choose a damn doctor.