US President Donald Trump welcomed the British Brexit activist Nigel Farage on Wednesday at one of his last re-election rallies and awarded him the title “King of Europe”.
Farage attended Trump’s rally in Goodyear, Arizona with a group of Republican politicians and had only six days to go until the election that Democratic challenger Joe Biden is currently expected to win.
Trump named Farage, famous for his longstanding activism to get Britain out of the European Union, on stage and called him “one of the most powerful men in Europe”.
“He’s a very undisputed person, isn’t he?” Trump joked. “Very shy.”
Farage took the microphone and answered Trump that he wasn’t – not “compared to you”.
Farage, a former Eurosceptic Member of the European Parliament and former leader of the British Independence Party (UKIP), noted that he came to the United States four years ago “to deliver the Brexit message that you can beat the establishment and that is what.” Donald Trump did it. “
“We have the King of Europe here,” Trump said of Farage.
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