He's been the governor of Minnesota, a Navy SEAL, a pro-wrestler, a Harvard professor, and most recently an author. Today on American Morning, Kiran Chetry, Ali Velshi and Christine Romans talk politics with the man himself, Jesse Ventura.
Ventura, the author of a new book 63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read, explains the documents in his book and gives his take on the 2012 elections. Does he think a third party has a chance in the 2012 presidential race? "Probably not because as Ralph Nader said we live under a two-party dictatorship." Ventura tells AM. "Nobody else is let into the game."
Ventura says if Ron Paul leaves the Republican Party and chooses to run in 2012 under a third party, then he would consider being Paul's running mate.
For more of Ventura's outlook on the day's politics, watch here: