Nigel Farage Reacts to Blame Game: ‘Clinton is Making a Sorry Spectacle of Herself’

Nigel Farage, a British politician, broadcaster, and political analyst is blasting Hillary Clinton. 

Farage is on the new list of things that Clinton is blaming for her loss and President Trump’s win. She claims that he lied to build Trump up and make her look bad.

Clinton said in an interview on BBC, “The amount of fabricated, false information that your voters were given by the ‘leave’ campaign … you had Farage campaigning for Trump and the like. You know, the big lie is a very potent tool.”

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Farage finds her sad jab quite entertaining and laughs at her during an interview with “Fox and Friends.” He said, “She hates Brexit, she hates me, and she thinks it gave Trump the edge.”

He also added that she making a “sad, sorry spectacle of herself,” he continued, “She’s basically saying that I lied to the British electorate.”

He even laughed and said that it’s not really her fault because “she can’t recognize that her own sense of entitlement is what put off so many American voters.”

He has a point!

“It is a sorry sight to see somebody who is incapable of recognizing their own deficiencies,” Farage said.

Fox Business:

Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party, responded to the comments on FOX Business saying Hillary Clinton should rename her book “The Great Whinge.”

“The idea that I spent much of my speech in Mississippi on Hillary Clinton is ludicrous,” he said. “I simply said if I was an American citizen I wouldn’t vote for her if you paid me.”

Hillary Clinton’s book “What Happened” is her explanation of why she lost to Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, but in Farage’s opinion, her “sense of entitlement” was unappealing.

“She was arrogant, out of touch, she didn’t go out and meet voters and citizens and yet somehow it’s all everybody else’s fault including mine,” he said.

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