DAILYKENN.com -- President Donald Trump tacitly supported Britain's Brexit movement by meeting with Nigel Farage at the American ambassador's residence in London.
From thehill.com ▼
President Trump met Tuesday with Nigel Farage, the controversial leader of the United Kingdom's Brexit Party.
Farage was spotted by a Reuters photographer arriving at about 4:20 p.m. local time at Winfield House in London, the U.S. ambassador's residence where Trump is staying during his state visit. Roughly an hour later, Farage tweeted that the two men had a "good meeting."
"Good meeting with President Trump — he really believes in Brexit and is loving his trip to London," Farage tweeted.
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