Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, a former two-term New Mexico governor, speaks with legislators at the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City on May 18, 2016. He has virtually no money, no strategy to compete in battleground states and no plan to stop talking about his drug use. Yet with the Republican Party facing the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency, Johnson could be a factor in 2016. The Republican businessman perhaps best known for his years-long push to legalize marijuana has a sobering message for a “never Trump” movement desperately seeking a viable alternative.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, a former two-term New Mexico governor, speaks with legislators at the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City on May 18, 2016. He has virtually no money, no strategy to compete in battleground states and no plan to stop talking about his drug use. Yet with the Republican Party facing the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency, Johnson could be a factor in 2016. The Republican businessman perhaps best known for his years-long push to legalize marijuana has a sobering message for a “never Trump” movement desperately seeking a viable alternative. Rick Bowmer AP
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, a former two-term New Mexico governor, speaks with legislators at the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City on May 18, 2016. He has virtually no money, no strategy to compete in battleground states and no plan to stop talking about his drug use. Yet with the Republican Party facing the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency, Johnson could be a factor in 2016. The Republican businessman perhaps best known for his years-long push to legalize marijuana has a sobering message for a “never Trump” movement desperately seeking a viable alternative. Rick Bowmer AP

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