Nigel Farage sat down with then-candidate trump in 2016.
The British government has reportedly President, Trump said he must not Brexit architect and former UK Independence y leader, Nigel Farage meet, if Trump the UK later this month
The UK’s Daily Telegraph, citing a source in the British government, reported that 10 Downing Street made it clear that the Trump “to meet Farage” in his working visit to the United Kingdom in July 13.
Trump has Farage, who is also a Fox News post, and called him “the man behind Brexit” during the 2016 campaign.
Farage told Fox News he would not comment on any conversations he had with the White house, but said the “Telegraph” – was “entirely consistent” with the behavior in the past by the British government.
“The one thing you don’t want me do to a photo with the US President, if he say in London with the two of us, ‘Brexit is a good idea, why don’t the government just get on with it?'”
A Downing Street spokesman referred to, Fox News, comments, the Telegraph, said it was “not even aware of, a session is requested” and that “we are not trying to stop you.”
Farage played an important role, as UKIP leader in pressure, then-Prime Minister David Cameron’s government, for the 2016 referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union and for securing a victory for the “Leave” campaign.
Trump has Farage and suggested him as a British Ambassador.
In particular, Farage was the key in promoting the limitation of immigration as a defining issue of the “Leave” campaign, as well as then-candidate trump card in the 2016 presidential campaign was to do the same.
Since the Brexit a result, Farage has been a thorn in the side of the government, because again and again he has blown up, the government will draw on to Leak their feet on the implementation, and too soft in negotiations with Brussels.
“Number 10, the founding of the Conservative party, have a pathological hatred for me,” Farage told Fox News on Friday. “You see me as the reason they had to offer a referendum, they see me as one of the main reasons they lost the referendum and now you don’t have to implement something, what do you think. They hate it, and you will forgive me, never to die until the day I do.”
Trump ruffled feathers in November 2016, when, shortly after his election win, he suggested Farage as British Ambassador to the United States
“He would a great job,” he tweeted.
Many people would like to @Nigel_Farage see represent the UK as their Ambassador in the United States. He would a great job!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 22, 2016
Farage on Fox News said it was reported that the red line of the British government reflects only about nervousness Farage, but about trump.
“I think they are nervous about what trump has to say about NATO, about Brexit. I think you are very nervous, in fact,” he said.
Trump’s visit is expected, with significant protests from left-wing activists, funded by members of the left of the Labour party, the shop had to be repeated for Trump.
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Last month, Prime Minister Theresa May, the deputies with a call to scrap the visit, especially after the controversy surrounding illegal immigration and the separation of families on the US-Mexican border was grilled. While you said, “the images of the children to be what they appear, the cages are deeply unhappy,” she defended, a visit to the Trump.
“We have a special and longstanding relationship with the United States, and I think that it is right-it will think a number of the topics I will discuss with President of the trump … and I think it is important that we ensure that, when we see that the President of the United States here in the United Kingdom, we are able to these discussions,” she said.
Adam Shaw is a reporter covering the American and European politics for Fox News.. He can be reached.