This Donald Trump tweet from Thursday makes a lot more sense now.
Brexit is just massive over here...They see it as a victory of ordinary people against big business, big banks and big politics.
Turns out Nigel Farage, one of the leaders of the Brexit campaign, will join Trump at a rally in Jacksonville, Mississippi, Wednesday night.
He is the first British politician to address a Republican presidential rally, according to The Telegraph.
the country literally voted almost unanimously to stay but hey what are facts to you, right?— Nate Gilbert (@NateGilbert) June 24, 2016
Trump has praised Brexit in the past, occasionally getting his facts mixed up in the process.
I've been told I'm a bit over the top once or twice, but I think some of Trump's comments are a bit out there.
Farage, like Trump, has a reputation for being outspoken and sometimes resorting to highly unusual tactics.
He quit as the leader of the U.K. Independence Party days after the country voted to leave the European Union. He also said Trump made him "wince," Mother Jones reports.
Some Twitter users were very interested in how this will unfold.
I predict Trump will have begun a Twitter feud with Farage by Friday— Jack Sommers (@jack_sommers) August 24, 2016
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