Farage has taken to social media to hail 2016 'the year of political revolution' and the 'political underdog' with the Brexit vote in the UK and the election Donald Trump in America

 

  • Nigel Farage said Angela Merkel and Barack Obama are ‘in denial’
  • He Tweeted: ‘Obama/Merkel’s worldview has taken a beating in 2016’ 
  • UKIP leader was speaking ahead of the presidential election in Austria

Hailing 2016 the year of ‘two big political revolutions’ Nigel Farage said Angela Merkel and Barack Obama are ‘in denial’ over the public’s rejection of the political establishment. 

Speaking on Fox News, the UKIP leader said Obama and the German Chancellor ‘simply can’t face up to the fact that their worldview has taken an absolute beating in the year of 2016’.

He has taken to social media to call 2016 ‘the year of political revolution’ and the ‘underdog’ with the Brexit vote in the UK and the election of Donald Trump in America.

The year of the underdog? Nigel Farage said Angela Merkel and Barack Obama are 'in denial' over the public's rejection of the political establishment

The year of the underdog? Nigel Farage said Angela Merkel and Barack Obama are ‘in denial’ over the public’s rejection of the political establishment

In denial: The UKIP leader said Obama and the German Chancellor 'simply can't face up to the fact that their worldview has taken an absolute beating in the year of 2016'

In denial: The UKIP leader said Obama and the German Chancellor ‘simply can’t face up to the fact that their worldview has taken an absolute beating in the year of 2016’

The politician tweeted: 'First Brexit, continued with Donald Trump's win, more to come!'

The politician tweeted: ‘First Brexit, continued with Donald Trump’s win, more to come!’

The UKIP politician was speaking ahead of the election in Austria, as the latest polls show the anti-EU Freedom Party candidate Norbert Hofer is ahead of his Independent rival Alexander Van der Bellen in the May election.

Mr Farage told Fox News: ‘The poor darlings are in denial.


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