Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson are ‘two very good guys’, says Trump
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In advance of his state visit to the UK, Donald Trump has praised his 'friends' Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson.
Trump is due to visit on June 3.
He told reporters in Washington: "Nigel Farage is a friend of mine. Boris is a friend of mine. They are two very good guys, very interesting people."
Talking about Brexit Party's European election success he said: "Nigel's had a big victory, he's picked up 32% of the vote starting from nothing.
"I think they are big powers over there, I think they have done a good job."
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