A couple of videos of news networks interviewing former NM Governor Gary Johnson after his switch from the race for the Republican presidential nomination to the Libertarian one:
Fox Business – Freedom Watch with Judge Andrew Napolitano:
As with Sunday’s appearance on MSNBC,in these interviews Johnson stresses socially liberal and anti-interventionist issues along with his fiscal conservatism, says he may take more votes from Obama than from the Republicans, and has good things to say about Ron Paul. And, as with the MSNBC interview, he does not mention the issues where the largest numbers of Libertarians have disagreed with him, such as his support for the tax plan dubbed the Fair Tax by its proponents and military tribunals for detainees in the war on terror.
In these clips, unlike in the MSNBC clip, he makes it clear that the Libertarian nomination is not a done deal.
Johnson has an internet townhall meeting on his website tonight at 8 PM Eastern (5 Pacific) with LNC Treasurer Bill Redpath, the latest in a series of such meetings.
He’ll participate in his first debate with other contenders for the Libertarian presidential nomination this Saturday in Manhattan.