Donald Trump greeted Nigel Farage on stage at a rally in Arizona on Wednesday where he branded the Brexit Party leader the 'King of Europe'.
Speaking at one of his final reelection rallies, the President introduced Farage to the stage in front of the adoring crowd.
Farage was with a group of Republican politicians attending Trump's rally in Goodyear, Arizona, with only six days until the election that Democratic challenger Joe Biden is currently forecast to win.
Trump called Farage, famous for his longtime activism to get Britain out of the European Union, 'one of the most powerful men in Europe'.
'The king of Europe we have right here,' Trump said of Farage.
'He's a very non-controversial person, right?' the President joked. 'Very shy.'
Taking the microphone, Farage responded to Trump that he was neither - not 'compared to you.'
A former Eurosceptic member of the European Parliament and ex-leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Farage noted he had come to the United States four years ago 'to bring the Brexit message that you can beat the establishment, and that is what Donald Trump did.
'He beat the pollsters, he beat the media, he beat all the predictions, and here's the worst bit, they've never forgiven him for it.'
Farage added: 'Four years of the Russian hoax, four years of the false impeachment, most human beings under that barrage would have given up.
'This is the single most resilient and bravest person I have ever met in my life.'
In a ringing endorsement, Farage continued: 'You are voting for the only current leader in the free world who has got the guts to stand up and fight for the nation state, to fight for patriotism, to fight against globalism.
'You'll be voting for the only leader in the western world with the real courage to stand up to the Chinese Communist Party.'
After Farage's well-received speech, Trump thanked him as the Brexit Party leader walked off the stage.
He said: 'Thank you Nigel, that's something. I'm glad I called him up. Thank you very much Nigel.'
Farage famously visited Trump in the days after the businessman's shock victory in the 2016 election, which came just months after the surprise Brexit referendum result.
This article has been adapted from its original source.
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