The countdown to the 2016 presidential election has come and gone.
And as the final debate of the presidential campaign approached, Tim Ferress was among the last to leave.
“I just wanted to say thank you,” Ferriss told MSNBC’s Chris Hayes after leaving the event on Saturday.
“This was one of the greatest debates in history.”
Ferriss was a longtime surrogate for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who served as his running mate.
The Vermont comedian was an early backer of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, and was even named one of Time’s 100 most influential people of the year.
In a video that ran on Twitter shortly after the debate, Ferriss called for “a real revolution” in politics, and he took aim at Donald Trump and his supporters.
“Let’s see what happens next,” Ferrress said.
“We can’t have Donald Trump, who’s going to be the President of the United States, leading the country.
If Donald Trump gets reelected, and if Hillary Clinton becomes the President, I’m gonna take my kids with me.”