As if we didn’t have enough reasons to dislike Donald Trump, we now have another as UKIP leader Nigel Farage has backed Trump in the current Presidential race.
Farage showed his support for Trump while speaking on an ITV politics show, in which he was asked his feelings on the Republican candidate.
When speaking on Trump’s urging for the UK to leave the EU, Farage said: “Well done him.”
He went on to say: ”
Well done him.”It just goes to show, Donald Trump is measured, neutral, doesn’t want to get stuck into the punch-up… but no, he’s given a very diplomatic answer.”
Naturally, Farage was asked who he would vote for, if given the opportunity: “I have difficulty with that. Let’s put it like this, I couldn’t vote for Hillary even if you paid me.”
“If you put me up against a wall, it’s got to be [Trump] and not Hillary, but I have reservations. Encouraging people to beat up protesters… one or two things like that bother me, but I tell you what, I think he’s going to win.”
He also acknowledged that Trump has “issues”, which is just a bit of an understatement. Trump has, of course, spoken about his doubts of having a “good relationship” with Prime Minister David Cameron, while also goading London Mayor Sadiq Khan by challenging Khan to an IQ test.