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Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura, pointing to a possible White house bid as an independent, in an interview over the weekend, while hart, President of Trump criticize.
Seen on Fox Los Angeles, “The Problem Is,” said the former wrestling star, and outspoken Minnesota pol, he would wait until the pool of presidential candidates, slips more, before possibly enterting the race.
“I said the things behind the scenes now,” Ventura, with a wink to the host Elex Michaelson. “You have to wait until it’s down to two, then you come in, if you are going to come.”
“I have this voice in my head, she says to me, ‘If not me, then who?'” he added.
He pleaded for voters to the election of the Independence y candidate, that the country is polarized to grow even more.
Professional wrestler Jesse Ventura leaves the Sirius XM Studios on October 13, 2015 in New York City. (Photo: Ray Tamarra/GC Images)
Ventura was elected to govern, Minnesota in 1998 as a reform party candidate. In 2000, he joined the independence party of Minnesota.
In addition to fueling campaign of speculation, Ventura, 68, a former Navy SEAL, has a Problem with trump-joke in August that he wanted to award himself the Medal of Honor.
“This guy, who had claimed that bone spurs grew out of the Vietnam war, because of it,” he said. “He couldn’t do it himself, one day, boot camp, private.”
Ventura added: “I want a religious person to tell me about the government. I don’t want a government person to tell me about religion. And I don’t think a draft dodger to tell about what is Patriotic.”
He said Trump was damaged because he “never tells the truth.”
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TMZ reported that last year, Ventura was flirting with a White house run on the Green ticket. At the time, said he, that in the event of such a campaign bid, “Trump has no chance.”
Since leaving politics, Ventura several books has written, and he is the host of “The world According to Jesse” on RT America.