Farage: ‘A Lot of Trump Voters Will Be Scratching Their Heads’ over Syria Airstrikes

Friday, April 7, 2017
By Paul Martin

7 Apr 2017

Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has expressed concern over “supporter and friend” U.S. President Donald J. Trump’s decision to approve the launch of 60 U.S. Tomahawk missiles on Syria’s Shayrat air base in south-east Homs.

“I have to say, I woke up to this news this morning very, very surprised. And I think a lot of Trump voters will be scratching their heads hard and asking, ‘where does this go from here?’” said Mr. Farage Friday morning, speaking on the LBC radio network.

The MEP told presenter Nick Ferrari: “I’m a Trump supporter and friend, and one of the things that I think helped him gain votes was the idea that we shouldn’t endlessly get involved militarily in the Middle East without fully thinking through the implications of what we’re doing.

“I think back to Libya a few years ago and, unarguably, we’ve made the world worse as a result of our intervention.”

Pointing out that his platform of non-interventionism was one of the president’s key selling points during the 2016 U.S. election campaign, Mr. Farage said the world “could have done with more certainty” over the situation in Syria before the U.S. launched airstrikes.

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One Response to “Farage: ‘A Lot of Trump Voters Will Be Scratching Their Heads’ over Syria Airstrikes”

  1. There is nothing to scratch our heads about. It’s obvious that Trump has disappointed his voters and has become “owned” just like the rest of them. This is how the Deep State works, threats, payoffs, or intimidation. You should know what that feels like Nigel, you even withdrew from BREXIT over it. Here is the only one left that we can trust: ItsHisStory.com


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