MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — He won’t be on the ballot this November, but Jesse Ventura might run for office in 2016.

On “The View” Monday, the former Minnesota governor talked about what he thinks is wrong with politics.

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He said Democrats and Republicans have silenced average voters and sold out to the wealthy and corporations.

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Barbara Walters asked Ventura why he doesn’t run again. He said he might.

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“If I do run for president…I will run as an individual with no political party,” he said. “If you vote for me, you won’t have the baggage of these two gangs.”