Ask for be self-evident in Strasbourg, the former Ukip leader trashed Mr Juncker’s proposals for a European army at the of next week’s NATO summit.
Mr Farage claimed the EU’s PESCO throw could not survive side-by-side with NATO and that the Brussels bloc discretion be in direct collision with Donald Trump at the summit.
The British MEP combined EU citizens would never choose the EU’s security and defence proposals greater than US and NATO capability to feel safe.
He said: “Just a quick look on of next week. Mr Trump will be at that NATO summit next week.
“You put in an appearance to be hellbent on pushing for your European army, hellbent for a foreign procedure without veto and hellbent to be on a direct collision course with President Trump and with NATO.
Nigel Farage demands EU citizens prefer NATO to a European army
“You can’t have a European army and NATO breathing side-by-side.
“And maybe your next big challenge is European citizens disposition need to work out who do they best feel protected by.
“The European army or America and NATO?
“I judge devise I know what the decision of the people will be.
“Next week we may proficiently find out.”
You appear to be hellbent to be on a direct collision course with President Trump and with NATO
Mr Farage’s remarks come as The New York Times reported the American President sent numerous letters to NATO allies ahead of the Brussels summit next week.
A polite source who read the letters described them as “very tough” and claimed they give fair warned Nato allies that the US was losing patience.
Most of the content sent to the different leaders was similar, but the New York Times reported that the one sent to German Chancellor Angela Merkel was solely severe.
It read: «As we discussed during your visit in April, there is become more pleasing to mature frustration in the United States that some allies have not fitting for up as promised.
«Continued German underspending on defence undermines the security of the affinity and provides validation for other allies that also do not plan to handle their military spending commitments because others see you as a role exemplar.»
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The US President proceeded further threatening to alter the US global military presence if Nato allies do not snowball their spending.
Mr Trump wrote to Merkel: «It will, however, ripen into increasingly difficult to justify to American citizens why some countries do not parcel Nato’s collective security burden while American soldiers with to sacrifice their lives overseas or come home gravely occupied with.
“Growing frustration is not confined to our executive branch.
“The United States Congress is upset as well.”
President Trump has repeatedly criticised EU nations for underfunding their armed bulldozes, and this is expected to be a central issue at the upcoming summit.