I'd disagree with some. Clinton was plainly the worse choice. Lying about policy, getting richer while in office, giving out contracts to friends, rigging the primaries, buying off the media, not having much substance in debates besides attacks (which surprised me, honestly, as I expected Trump would be the clear loser there), funneling weapons to potential enemies, thinking war with Russia would be simple, having a clear plan laid out for the use of nuclear weapons that could realistically see them used, covering up rape, evading taxes, being investigated twice by the FBI, bringing forgien politicians and past presidents in to try to influence the election, getting the US involved in 6 different wars (which you never seem to hear about), to name a few things, make her seem like a poor candidate.
Trump is a bit of an idiot, but he's really our generation's George Wallace rather than the monster he's been made out to be. Wallace ran on a platform of racism and hate, but after being elected to governor, he spent more of his time building roads and working on economic issues than actually standing by his "opinions". In his own words, he just had to "out nigger" the competition in order to be elected.
At best, Trump will prove reasonably competent (which I doubt, given his economic policies, which should be his strong point, are pretty much just broken Reaganomics). At worst, he will use his position to get richer, which Clinton was already doing.
I would have much rather seen Sanders vs. Paul, since that would have been two real choices who actually believe in something. That said, I think Sanders would have been a poor choice for the US. He would have been great for Canada (much better than our current PM), but his way of "fixing" their country would have just wrecked it further. Half of their problems that he made part of his platform are just the long term effects of the kind of legislation he was talking about introducing. High education costs, for example, don't exist because of lack of federal monies - they exist because the generation before us GOT lots of funding, and the schools realized they could charge more.
In the end, you guys dodged a bus, only to get hit by a mini-van. Had Johnson been able to shift his compact out of neutral, it probably would have run you over, too.