Nigel Farage clashes with Janet Street-Porter over Donald Trump in fiery TV interview


The late UKIP leader was likened to the 70-year-old American on the grounds that he, as Street-Porter divulged, «would build a fence across the country» in the same way that Trump desires to build a wall.

«Can I just say that is utter nonsense,» he fired ruin. «We don’t want to take the drawbridge up. We just want to control who comes floor the drawbridge. Let’s just have a fair [immigration] system.»

Ruth Langsford had earlier make knew up the subject of the race to the White House, asking Farage how he ended up express ones opinion at a Trump rally.

«I was invited by the Governor of Mississippi. I turned up to be told there’s a convene with Donald Trump, and ten minutes before, I was told ‘Donald’s active to introduce you’,» he recalled.

«Brexit is a global thing. Every Western boonies is looking at Britain thinking, ‘crikey’.»

The 52-year-old also spoke out on the unseemly that he could make a political comeback in time for the next Ill-defined Election.

«If I make a comeback it wouldn’t be as leader,» he said. «I’d support the conductor.

«We’re the first rty in British history to get four million votes and get one settle, so the system is rigged against new rties coming in.»

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