The man who spearheaded the historic Brexit movement that saw the United Kingdom vote to leave the European Union put the infamous Donald Trump “Access Hollywood” video in perspective as only he can.
Nigel Farage spoke to Neil Cavuto on Fox News’ “Cost of Freedom” on Saturday and said Trump isn’t “running to be pope” and that the focus ought to be on policy issues.
“It’s going to be pretty ugly tomorrow,” Farag predicted about Sunday’s presidential debate.
“The sad thing is the big policy stuff…goes down the agenda a bit,” he said.
The Brexit leader said while Trump’s remarks were “ugly” he believed that the “alpha male boasting, it’s the kind of thing –if we’re honest–that men do [on occasion].”
“There are going to be Republican candidates running for the hills, [putting their] own interest ahead of the good of the party,” he told Cavuto, a reference to Sen. John McCain, Rep. Jason Chaffetz and others.
He said Trump should apologize one more time and then get on to the issues.
“At least there’s an honesty about Trump…he is what he is,” he said. “He’s not running to be Pope, he’s running for president of the United States.”
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