80s moustache aside, Nigel Farage has been off the radar, but he popped up at a Trump rally in Jackson Mississiippi yesterday.
The real estate businessman supported June's United Kingdom vote to leave the European Union and described it as "the people taking the country back". He said that he wouldn't tell the public how to vote but said that he would not vote for Hillary even if he is paid.
Mr Trump has sought to align himself with the Brexit movement, noting he had said before the June 23 referendum that Britons should vote to leave. Farage has, however, said that women who take maternity leave are perceived by employers to be "worth less" and supported getting rid of European Union discrimination laws. Saying Trump's speech was moving, another person added: "Please tell Mr Nigel Farage we Americans... have the backs of the British people". The Trump campaign presumably is inviting a parallel between the Brexit anti-establishment vote and his own campaign.
At the rally, Farage gave the crowd advice about running a successful, anti-Establishment campaign.
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Hillary Clinton has launched a scathing attack on Nigel Farage after the former UKIP leader spoke at a rally for her White House rival Donald Trump.
Addressing criticism of Mr Trump in his article, Mr Farage said: "It is worth remembering that virtually everyone thought that Ronald Reagan was unfit to be the USA president before he made a huge success of his two terms".
She said the "grand godfather" of the Alt Right movement Trump and Farage belonged to was led by Russian president Vladimir Putin.
He previously hinted at his preference for Mr Trump, saying: "If you put me up against a wall, it's got to be him [Trump], not Hillary, but I have reservations".
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'That's who Donald Trump wants by his side when he's addressing an audience of American voters.
Mr Trump said revelations that scores of donors to the Clinton family foundation met with her as Secretary of State represents "one of the most shocking scandals in American political history".
Farage pointed out that Brexit faced a lot of establishment opposition.
Trump is in the process of reinvigorating his campaign, which hit lows after he criticised the parents of a dead soldier, bringing on new advisors and campaign managers.
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It was not until I arrived and was having dinner at the magnificent Governor's Mansion in Jackson that I was told that on the following evening there would be a rally at which up to 15,000 people would come to hear Trump.