Jesse Ventura talks about possible run for the White House on "The View"

Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura was a guest on ABC's "The View" Monday to promote his new book. During his interview, he told Barbara Walters that "If I do run for president, I will run as an individual with no political party. If you vote for me, you won’t have the baggage of these two gangs." He called the Democrat and Republican parties "gangs" driven by money.
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Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura was a guest on ABC's "The View" Monday to promote his new book “DemoCRIPs and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs In Government."

During the interview, he told Barbara Walters that "If I do run for president, I will run as an individual with no political party. If you vote for me, you won’t have the baggage of these two gangs." He called the Democrat and Republican parties "gangs" driven by money.

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