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Britain’s Nigel Farage exults over Trump and Brexit wins at CPAC

FARAGE insists the tide that caused Brexit and Trump’s victory will not stop.

NATIONAL HARBOR, MD – FEBRUARY 24: British politician Nigel Farage speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Farage speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Maryland.

His speech was entitled ‘Brexit and What it Means for the World’.

The CPAC says it “combines ideas with action to leverage the strength of thousands of grass-roots activists to break through the resistance of Washington’s powerful elites”.

Farage claims the people of Europe are tired of being ruled by “boring grey men in Brussels”.

He insists the tide that caused Brexit and Trump’s victory will not stop.

There were loud boos when Farage mentioned former British PM Tony Blair.

He referred to Blair’s recent comments about EU membership.

He said: “Blair is wrong because what happened in 2016 is not the end of this great global revolution.

“What happened in 2016 is the beginning of a great global revolution.”

Farage says he will be “forever grateful” to Barack Obama for coming out against the Leave camp in the EU referendum because “it put us up 2% in the polls”.

He promises “Donald Trump will become more popular by the day”.

He says: “Don’t listen to the media, don’t listen to the commentators – they are trying to break you.”

“What I do know is if the challengers don’t get over the line this year, they will shift the center of gravity of the entire debate,” Farage said.

He closes his speech with: We are winning” to huge cheers.





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