The leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Nigel Farage, analyzed the candidates for the presidency of the United States and did not hesitate to say that President Donald Trump will be re-elected.
“I believe that Trump will crush Biden in these contests. Whether you support him or not, his quick-wittedness cannot be denied” Farage said in an Aug. 18 Newsweek article, in which he based his conclusion in favor of Trump,
Farage added, “By contrast, Biden gives the impression of being a man who doesn’t quite know where he is. There is even speculation that “Slow Joe” could duck out of these debates, and that somehow this would save him, but that would surely lead only to national derision,” Breitbart quoted.
This successful British politician, considered “the architect of Brexit,” highlights other qualities of Trump that would carry enough weight to allow him another four years in the White House.
“The man has been as solid as a rock … Trump has regarded pledges made during the 2016 election campaign as promises, and has kept his word,” Farage observed.
“I’m willing to stick my neck out once again. Donald Trump will win on November 3, 2020,” Farage tweeted.
I'm willing to stick my neck out once again. Donald Trump will win on November 3, 2020. https://t.co/bZizYMxUul
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) August 18, 2020
In Farage’s opinion, half of Biden’s supporters lack enthusiasm, which he interprets as a “no” vote.
“They show a distinct lack of enthusiasm for and confidence in Biden’s ability to discharge his duties as would-be president of the United States of America,” Farage wrote.
Based on his experience, Farage argued that poll results are unreliable, mainly because conservatives often do not tell ‘data collectors’ what they think, and that in the United States it is not advisable to do so in the face of recent violence.
Another argument goes beyond the simple preferences of the voters and refers to the need for economic recovery after the break caused by the CCP Virus.
“Trump the businessman will be preferred over Biden the Capitol veteran,” said Farage.
The National Convention of the Democratic Party, which has been taking place since Aug. 17, officially confirmed Biden as its presidential candidate. However, at least three major risks are hanging over this campaign, according to former Republican Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.
For Gingrich, Biden’s state of mind, his low affinity with vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris, and his party’s radicalism, which would be unacceptable to Americans, are adverse, as he wrote on Fox News.
In this presidential election, no less important could be foreign interference, particularly that caused by regimes such as those of the Chinese Communist Party, Iran, and Russia, which according to U.S. security services also want to illegally assert their preferences.