Five short months after quitting the Republican race, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson easily won the Libertarian Party's presidential nomination, with more than two-thirds of the convention vote. It was the first blow-out like this since 2000, when Harry Browne walked into his second consecutive nomination.
Right now, it feels like you could use a full-length interview with Johnson conducted last week. Lucky you! Here it is.
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