(Think Progress) — You can find conspiracy theorists on street corners, call-in radio shows and social media.
Soon, you might be able to find one in the Oval Office.
Generally, presidential candidates tend to shy away from conspiracy theories. They involve a mixture of paranoia and gullibility that seems ill-suited for someone seeking access to America’s nuclear codes.
But Donald Trump is a different kind of candidate. He has embraced a wide range of fringe conspiracy theories.
Nevertheless, Republicans are rallying to his side and polls show him reasonably competitive with likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Here are the views of a man who might be the next president.