Trump Offers to Meet Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson


Trump visits the UK next week. Regarding a potential meeting, Trump said “Nigel Farage is a friend. Boris is a friend."

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Donald Trump has said he might meet with Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson during his trip to the UK next week.

“Well I may,” Trump said when asked about a potential summit.

“Nigel Farage is a friend of mine, Boris is a friend of mine. They’re two very good guys, very interesting people. Nigel’s had a big victory, he’s picked up 32% of the vote, starting from nothing and I think they’re big powers over there I think they’ve done a good job.”

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Mike "Mish" Shedlock

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The British public has not yet been told WHY Brexit is so necessary to their future security and prosperity. It's not immigration; immigration had a massive increase with Tony Blair. Is it all this about the fisheries and the EU tax? I think not. Looking at the leading politicians of Brexit, their business interests must stand to benefit from Brexit. Why don't they tell the public what those benefits are to their interests? The cost of the UK doing business in Europe will undoubtedly increase, so they ought to come clean about who they're making deals with and in what sectors. Each pro-Brexit MP ought to have to state his or her personal interest for the public record.