From Daily Mail
Trump again hails his own role in promoting Brexit vote this summer
Says he was very supportive of British people’s right to ‘take control of their own future’
Says Clinton wants to ‘surrender America to globalism’
She wants to ‘sell out’ America to the Clinton Foundation for ‘a big fat pile of cash’
Farage draws boos from Mississippi crowd when he mentions Barack Obama’s name, says he ‘talked down to us he treated us as if we were nothing’
Back to School: ‘Before the vote I said that Britain would leave the EU, sometimes referred to as European Union …’
Republican Donald Trump brought UK Independence Party Nigel Farage to a lively Mississippi rally – and after the mogul schooled a quiet crowd on European politics, Farage followed Trump’s lead by bashing President Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Farage, addressing thousands of screaming Trump fans after Trump warmed them up with a long exposition on the summer Brexit vote, said he ‘could not possibly’ tell them how to vote in the U.S. election.
‘But I will say this: If I was an American citizen, I wouldn’t vote for Hillary Clinton if you paid me,’ Farage said to a rousing cheer. ‘In fact, I wouldn’t vote for Hillary Clinton if she paid me,’ he added – in a jab at Clinton’s corruption scandals, which draw headlines on both sides of the Atlantic.
Farage also drew boos from the crowd when he mentioned President Obama’s visit to Great Britain, where the president revealed his opposition to the vote and suggested Britain would pay a price for it.
Trump got the crowd going with a lengthy explanation of the significance of the Brexit vote – which stunned global observers when a narrow majority of the British people voted to leave Europe.
‘Before the vote I said that Britain would leave the EU, sometimes referred to as European Union,’ Trump told the crowd in the deep red GOP leaning state. A woman in the back of the crowd spoke the answer as if she were in class.
‘I took a lot of heat,’ Trump said.
‘Guess what? I was very supportive of their right to do it and to take control of their own future like exactly what we’re going to be voting for November 8th,’ Trump said.
He declared Clinton to be on the ‘wrong side of history in every major decision.’
‘She’s got bad judgement, she doesn’t know what she’s doing, folks. She got this one too,’ Trump said, prompting the crowd to break into chants of ‘Lock her up!’
Trump kept going. ‘She got this one wrong too folks, she got this one wrong too. She gets them all wrong. She really got the emails wrong, that I can tell you,’ Trump said as an aside.
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