Nigel Paul Farage is a British politician, broadcaster and political analyst. According to Fox Insider, Farage said the British government is still upset he “forced” Brexit on them, and they also don’t like the fact he was the “only British politician” who supported Trump’s agenda.
Farage said 10 Downing was also up in arms that Trump mentioned publicly that the Brexit leader should serve as Britain’s ambassador to the United States.
Farage support and Conservative views have the former leader of the UK Independence party on the outs with his fellow British politicians. Farage says that excluding him would be a big mistake because his relationship with Presiden Trump could help ‘bridge the gap’ during his monumental visit.
Farage brings up a very valid point. Who are a bunch of British officials to tell the President of the United States who he can see? Farage adds that if the President wants to meet with him he’s more than happy to oblige, regardless.
As Written By The Daily Mail:
President Trump is expected to arrive late next Thursday evening, but his first full day will be on Friday, July 13 and the entire visit is thought to last three days.
While the trip is a working visit, it will be a simpler affair as Trump has not received an invitation from the Queen on the advice of the government. In addition to this, as it is not a state visit, the President will have to cover his own costs.
Windsor Castle is set to be closed to the public on July 13, suggesting that this is when Trump will meet the Queen, but details have not been confirmed. Ambassador Woody Johnson told Sky: ‘Yes, yes, I mean he has to see the head of state.
‘Putting his foot on British soil, it’s job one, it’s very important, very symbolic. Meeting Her Majesty is the most important thing.”