Eurosceptic Farage urges British PM to listen to Trump
Friday, 1 November 2019
LONDON: Anti-European populist Nigel Farage urged Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday to follow Donald Trump´s advice and form a "non-aggression" pact with his Brexit Party in Britain´s pre-Christmas general election. The US president used a lengthy appearance on Farage´s radio phone-in show Thursday to share his characteristically blunt views ahead of the December 12 snap poll. "I know that you and (Johnson) will end up doing something that could be terrific if you and he get together as, you know, an unstoppable force," Trump told Farage. Trump also warned Johnson Thursday that the terms of his EU divorce deal meant that "under certain aspect... you can´t trade"...
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