Nigel Farage warns politicians not to 'demonise' Donald Trump during UK visit
Monday, 2 December 2019
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has warned it was a “great mistake” for British politicians to demonise Donald Trump ahead of his arrival in Britain. In the latest seven-way TV election debate hosted by ITV, the parties clashed over the US president – who touches down in the UK on Monday ahead of a meeting of Nato leaders. In some of the strongest exchanges, Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson said that, while the relationship with the US was important, Mr Trump, who had spoken of sexually assaulting women, did not share British values. “The last...
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