Britain’s Nigel Farage Calls Trump the ‘Bravest Person I Have Ever Met in My Life’
British politician Nigel Farage offered effusive praise of President Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Arizona on Wednesday. Farage, one of the chief architects of the movement to bring the United Kingdom out of the European Union, framed Trump as anti-establishment hero.
“I have got to say four years ago I was honored to come to America to bring the Brexit message, the message that you can beat the establishment,” Farage told the crowd.
“And that is what Donald Trump did – he beat the pollsters, he beat the media, he beat all the predictions, and here’s the worst bit: they’ve never forgiven him for it.”
Nigel Farage describes Donald Trump as the 'single most resilient and bravest person I've ever met in my life' after the US president brought him on stage at a rally in Arizona pic.twitter.com/3st80ZhlQQ
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“They have spent four years trying to delegitimize him. Four years of the Russia hoax, four years of false impeachment – most human beings under that barrage would have given up,” he said.
“This is the single most resilient and bravest person I have ever met in my life.”
“And when you vote next week you are not just voting for who the president of the United States of America is – vital though that question may be – you are voting for the leader of the free world,” Farage said.
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