I might be able to get drunk enough to vote for Trump, but I'm not sure at the moment. The only comfort I'll have (besides the buzz) is knowing that it probably won't matter. If Hillary stays in, I expect her to win and maybe win big.
The GOP has survived a literal civil war, the New Deal, the Great Society, and decades out of power in Congress, so it will survive being led by a lifelong Democrat and terrible human being for a few months. But it will probably have to lose horrifically in November to get reoriented and remember what its principles are.
It's one of the biggest blown opportunities I can imagine. Republicans control everything except the presidency. This was the final piece to actually be able to enact conservative policies instead of just being in a position to stop liberal ones. Not even Ronald Reagan had a Congress so completely controlled by his own party. Democrats are going to nominate someone old and crooked and widely disliked and distrusted. So naturally, a plurality of the GOP has decided it will nominate someone even more disliked and possibly mentally unwell.