It bears repeating.
Donald Trump isn't my ideal candidate. However the rest of America is unlikely to elect my ideal candidate. America is unlikely to elect anyone's ideal candidate, no matter what your personal political position happens to be.
Besides that, there is the undeniable fact that the platform i.e. the promises made to get elected, is often very different from what happens once they get elected and are running the show. This was true with Regan and the Department of Education. It has been true with every other politician that has run as a "reformer", at least in my lifetime.
Now that Trump seems to have the election sewn up, the question of who his VP is going to be is coming up. I don't know how he is going to make his decision. I'm not even going to guess who at this point.
If Trump was to take all the phonebooks in the United States, and cut out the names of every single person who was eligible to be Vice President, and then dump them into one giant hat, and then randomly draw out the name of his running mate, we would still end up with a better team on the ticket than what we have in office now.
Just for giggles I'd love to see Ron Paul as VP. Personally I think its the only way that Trump gets elected and keeps from getting wacked by a coalition of bureaucrats and political insiders.