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Ventura talks conspiracy and politics on “GMA”

Former governor, now TV host, Jesse Ventura appeared on ABC’s “Good Morning America” and talked to George Stephanopoulos about politics and the success of his TV show, “Conspiracy Theories.”

When asked if he would vote for his former wrestling employer, Linda McMahon, for Senate, Ventura said no because he does not support any political party. Ventura elaborated, “I believe the system is so corrupt, the two parties have corrupted it so bad, that any thirty party, in which to be successful, will likewise have to corrupt itself.”

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