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News24 Monday, 2 December 2019 ()
The ITV Election Debate. Brexit party leader Nigel Farage has said it was a "great mistake" for politicians in Britain to demonise Donald Trump. *WATCH NOW.*
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***Mandatory on screen credit: The ITV Election Debate. Nigel Farage has said it was a "great mistake" for politicians in Britain to demonise Donald Trump. Appearing in the ITV election debate, the Brexit Party leader acknowledged that some of Mr Trump's comments about grabbing women were "wrong"....

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