Donald Trump tipped for White House return after explosive Farage interview

Donald Trump questioned by Nigel Farage on Capitol Riots

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Speaking from his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, Mr Trump went on to predict a “very big” year in 2022, and an “even bigger” 2024. He fell short of officially confirming he will return to contest the White House in three years’ time. Writing in the Telegraph, published just as the interview was aired, Mr Farage mused: “Perhaps the most illuminating part of our conversation comes when I ask him why, once again, he would give up his enviable life in Florida to go back into the sewer of politics.

“‘Well, if you love your country, you have no choice,’ he answers, adding: ‘I think you will be very pleased’.”

Mr Trump added: “I love our country. I brought the country to a level it’s never seen before.”

Mr Farage continued: “The narrative pushed by some that the 2020 election was stolen from him is, I would say, harming his chances.

“I have seen private polling illustrating that 20 percent of potential Republican voters are demotivated by the ‘stolen election’ message.”

Mr Farage concluded by saying: “As the Democratic Party makes the same mistake that the British Labour Party did by moving to the hard Left, the opportunity for Trump to appeal to these voters is enormous.

“Yes, three years is a long time and a lot may happen between now and the next presidential election.

“But after this encounter, I genuinely believe that my friend will be back in the White House in January 2025.”

During the interview, Mr Trump weighed in on the British Royal Family and the ongoing rift between the Firm and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

He was particularly scathing of Meghan, 40, who he said should not make inroads in political advocacy by using her royal title.

The Duchess of Sussex attracted criticism after she used her royal title to petition US politicians to introduce paid parental leave for all across the fifty states.

He told the former Brexit Party leader: “I’m not a fan of hers. I wasn’t from day one.

“I think [Prince] Harry has been used horribly and I think some day he will regret it, he probably does already.”

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He added: “She is trying to do things that I think are very inappropriate.

“She’s very disrespectful to the royal family and, most importantly, to the Queen.”

Her Majesty is “a great woman, such a great person, a historic person,” according to Mr Trump, adding: “We had a great time together, we get along great”.

Mr Trump also voiced his grievances with the Prime Minister’s commitment to cleaner energy in the UK, commenting: “Boris is wrong – if he’s going heavy into it, he’s making a big mistake.

“But I like him, I always got on with him [although] he’s gone a little on the liberal side.”

On wind power – a particular UK strength in terms of clean energy generation – Mr Trump denounced: “Wind is ridiculous.

“It’s a horrible thing for Scotland and I get to see it because I own great properties in Scotland.

“I see windmills all over them. What a shame. They kill all the birds.”

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