The Libertarian Party’s presidential and vice-presidential nominees used a CNN town hall-style event Wednesday night to tear into Republican nominee Donald Trump. “I think he is a showman, a Pied Piper, the Music Man,” VP pick Bill Weld, a former Republican governor of Massachusetts, told the cable-news audience. “More recently, it has gotten more serious and the noun that comes to my mind is ‘a screw loose.’” Weld and his presidential nominee, fellow former Gov. Gary Johnson, are polling in the low double-digits nationally, and told host Anderson Cooper that they don’t feel a vote for third-party candidates is imprudent: “A wasted vote is voting for someone you don’t believe in,” Johnson said.
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