I had to vote. Why? Well because it is a privilege as a female to exercise this action. Men and women in the last century fought and put their lives on the line for me to have this great gift and to feel part of the country I reside in. I am not about to squander that gift by being too proud or angry at the choice in candidates. There are other laws I can contribute to passing or oppose. There are local measures that require notice, knowledge and input from the people.
I may not like Donald Trump, I don't know enough about his politics, because there isn't enough history there to judge him on but I will accept he is the majorities elected president. I don't like his character. I would run like mad if he were to be my boss. I would seek a divorce if I had a husband like that, I would shut his mouth if he were my son. I just don't like the person he presents himself to be. At the end of the day people chose him and I can whine about it and not do anything or smartly take action in my community to help one another.
Hilary wasn't a much better candidate. She also has a questionable character and shady political practices. I guess man or woman politics taint you.
I personally wish Joe Biden had ran for president for 2016. Sadly he didn't for personal reasons. I think I would've felt like I had more of a choice than choosing a lesser evil. I will teach my children not to be a Hilary or a Trump but someone I can be proud for their honorable character.