Nigel Farage Says Theresa May Will Sabotage Brexit If She Continues As Prime Minister [VIDEO]

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Member of European Parliament Nigel Farage claimed Brexit will fail if Theresa May continues as prime minister of Great Britain.

“She took over after the referendum as prime minister. We voted to leave the European Union. She herself had supported the remaining side,” Farage said on “Fox & Friends First” Tuesday. (RELATED: Nigel Farage Says Angela Merkel Is Finished In Germany)

“That was a very odd choice in a way to become the prime minister. She promised from day one she would deliver the kind of Brexit people voted for and what she presented to her cabinet on Friday frankly amounted to a betrayal of many of the things that have been promised, even in her own general election manifesto.”


Farage said May would disrupt any attempt for Great Britain to break free of the EU and would prevent them from working with America on trade. He also called her the “worst prime minster” of his lifetime.

“I’m now of the view that if she stays prime minister, we will not get the Brexit we voted for. We will not be able to sign a trade deal with America and other big countries around the world,” Farage added. “My guess, right now my guess is that the tide is now moving against her and I think there’s little chance that she’ll survive more than a few weeks.”

“I would love her to go,” he concluded. “I think she has been utterly duplicitous — dishonest with the British public over Brexit. And I’ll be honest with you, I think she’s the worst prime minister we’ve had in my entire lifetime.”

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