With Trump meeting, Farage upsets UK establishment

Donald Trump (R) greets United Kingdom Independence Party leader Nigel Farage during a campaign rally at the Mississippi Coliseum, in Jackson, Mississippi, on August 24, 2016After helping secure the shock vote for Brexit, UKIP leader Nigel Farage pulled off another coup by becoming the first British politician to meet Donald Trump, upsetting the establishment once again. Long dismissed as a political outsider who had failed repeatedly to win a seat in the House of Commons, Farage stunned Britain and the world when he helped deliver the June vote to leave the European Union. Five months later, Trump’s victory has again propelled the UK Independence Party (UKIP) interim leader into the limelight.

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