(CNN) - He rode a wave of voter anger to a surprise win in a Minnesota governor's race more than a decade ago. Now Jesse Ventura says he could try it again, this time for president.
On CNN's "Crossfire" Friday night, the always-outspoken Ventura declared himself "a member of no parties" as he called for the abolishment of political parties. Asked if he would run for president in 2016, Ventura quickly said, "Maybe."
Day four of the shutdown: Former governors Howard Dean and Jesse Ventura join hosts S.E. Cupp and Stephanie Cutter in the Crossfire at 6:30pm ET.
Howard Dean supports the Democrats' efforts, while Jesse Ventura would furlough both parties' lawmakers.
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