FARAGE: ‘Why Should Trump Be Moralised to on Money, Taxes, or Sexual Behaviour by a Clinton?’

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Nigel Farage has said that Donald Trump shouldn’t be moralised to on sexual behaviour from Hillary Clinton, following the release of an audio recording of comments made the Republican presidential nominee over ten years ago.

In response to the release of a video from 2005 where Donald Trump boasts about hitting on women, Mr. Farage, who has returned as interim leader of UKIP following the resignation of Diane James, said on Breitbart News Saturday:

“Why should [Trump] be moralised to on money, taxes, or sexual behaviour by a Clinton?”

On Sunday, Breitbart News met with Juanita Broaddrick for the most revealing interview Ms. Broaddrick has given on the alleged rapes by Bill Clinton, where she repeatedly broke down in tears as she recounted what she described as the life-changing experience of being raped by the former president.

Ms. Broaddrick explained that she is still afraid of Bill Clinton and asserted that she is frightened by the prospect of Hillary Clinton winning the election. Kathleen Willey, another one of several alleged Clinton sexual assault victims, was present during the interview and consoled the sobbing Ms. Broaddrick during the powerful interview.


Mr. Farage, who is in St. Louis, Missouri, to watch Sunday’s debate, said that Mr. Trump should ignore Hillary’s personal attacks and instead focus on key policy.

“My guess is what most voters care about is who is best going to represent them, who is best going to lead America, who is best to lead ordinary people into better times…and if he does that he’ll come out the winner from this debate.”

When asked what he thought of the recently-leaked Hillary Clinton speeches to the likes of Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs, where the Democrat nominee said that her “dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders”, the man who delivered a Leave vote in the UK-EU referendum said:

“No wonder Hillary Clinton was so upset with the Brexit vote. You can see from these speeches that she saw the European Union as a prototype for a much bigger form of world government. That’s where Clinton wanted to take things.”

Mr. Farage also said that Mr. Trump should discuss Ms. Clinton’s leaked admission that Syrian ‘refugees’ cannot be properly vetted and that terrorists are amongst them, commenting that “every time Trump talks about security, the need to control borders and to vet carefully who comes into this country…his poll ratings go up”.


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