Donald Trump sits down for interview with Nigel Farage on GB News

Donald Trump sits down for interview with Nigel Farage that will air on GB News tomorrow discussing topics including Meghan and Harry, the Capitol Hill riot and ‘will he run again’?

  • Former US president Donald Trump speaks with Nigel Farage for GB News chat 
  • They talk about Boris Johnson and Capitol Hill riot in show due to air tomorrow 
  • The duo will also discuss Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and climate change
  • Preview includes quote from Mr Trump: ‘I think you’ll be happy in the future too’
  • Former US president Donald Trump has spoken about Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Boris Johnson and the Capitol Hill riot in a GB News interview with Nigel Farage.

    The show, which will be broadcast at 7pm tomorrow, has been billed as a ‘world exclusive’ and will also see Mr Trump asked whether he will run for president again.

    A preview clip with dramatic music showed the duo sitting together, had a tagline saying ‘nothing is off limits’ and revealed they will also discuss climate change. 

    Former US president Donald Trump sat down for an interview with Nigel Farage for GB News

    Former US president Donald Trump sat down for an interview with Nigel Farage for GB News








    The interview, which will be broadcast at 7pm tomorrow, has been billed as a 'world exclusive'

    The interview, which will be broadcast at 7pm tomorrow, has been billed as a ‘world exclusive’

    The interview was promoted by Mr Farage, who told his 1.6million followers: 'Don't miss it!'

    The interview was promoted by Mr Farage, who told his 1.6million followers: ‘Don’t miss it!’

    The video also included a short quote from Mr Trump saying: ‘I think you’ll be happy in the future too’ – although it did not provide any further context.

    Mr Farage and Mr Trump have appeared together on stage before, with the former Ukip leader speaking at an election rally in Phoenix, Arizona, last October.

    They also held talks in November 2016 at Trump Tower in New York, which saw Mr Farage the first British politician to meet the president following his election victory.

    Three months earlier in August 2016, Mr Farage spoke at a campaign event for the then Republican presidential candidate in Jackson, Mississippi. 

    October 2020: Nigel Farage speaks as Donald Trump listens at a rally in Phoenix, Arizona

    October 2020: Nigel Farage speaks as Donald Trump listens at a rally in Phoenix, Arizona

    November 2016: Nigel Farage meet Donald Trump in New York after his presidential victory

    November 2016: Nigel Farage meet Donald Trump in New York after his presidential victory

    August 2016: Nigel Farage speaks as Donald Trump listens at a rally in Jackson, Mississippi

    August 2016: Nigel Farage speaks as Donald Trump listens at a rally in Jackson, Mississippi

    Tomorrow’s interview was promoted today on the GB News social media feeds as well as by Mr Farage, who told his 1.6million followers: ‘Don’t miss it!’ 

    Mr Trump, who lost the most recent US election to Joe Biden last November, was permanently banned from Twitter in January after amassing 88.7million followers. 

    And in June, Facebook suspended Mr Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts for two years – with both bans due to posts he made about the US Capitol riots. 

    Farage: The Trump Interview will air tomorrow from 7pm on GB News, on Freeview and YouView channel 236, Sky HD 515, Virgin Media HD 626 and Freesat HD 216 

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