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Old 02-10-2016, 03:46 PM   #1
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Default Nigel Farage coaching Donald Trump

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...p-debates.html

UKIP's Nigel Farage is a great public speaker and good-humoured debater.
Mail online reports today that Nigel is currently over in the USA and coaching The Donald in debating skills.
Will it work I wonder?
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Old 02-10-2016, 04:08 PM   #2
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No, the Americans don't really know who he is, besides, Trump is going to hand the election to Clinton I think, as I did not know Trumps daughter is best friends with Clintons.
So his whole campaign is in tatters unless he starts to attack Clinton, maybe Farrage is giving him lessons but there are people far better than Farrage who The Donald could employ.
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No, the Americans don't really know who he is, besides, Trump is going to hand the election to Clinton I think, as I did not know Trumps daughter is best friends with Clintons.
So his whole campaign is in tatters unless he starts to attack Clinton, maybe Farrage is giving him lessons but there are people far better than Farrage who The Donald could employ.
Farage is a pretty good public speaker though.
People warm to him and maybe Trump needs a bit of that in his delivery.
Farage spoke at a Trump rally a couple of weeks back and got a great reception.
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Farage is a pretty good public speaker though.
People warm to him and maybe Trump needs a bit of that in his delivery.
Farage spoke at a Trump rally a couple of weeks back and got a great reception.
Yeah I saw tha none of them really knew who he was, but he got the crowd going as he slagged off Clinton..

Plus it looks Masonic the way they shook hands and the pat on the shoulder is another sign.

But Farrage defo works well with the British public and is a decent orator. The way he tore the EU a new one was good, so he is sharp witted. Thing is the Americans do not do irony, which is one of Nigel's hallmarks.
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Nigel is a ninja master when it comes to the English lexicon, with the upgrade of being a shifu at public speaking.

Build that wall Donald, build it high, build it long, build it good, real good.
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Farage has that light-hearted indefinable something that makes you want to hear what he has to say - good or bad, even when he is fully arced up.

Trump lacks that. He is too blunt and pragmatic. His vibration is too heavy somehow.

Farage will have his work cut out for him.
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...p-debates.html

UKIP's Nigel Farage is a great public speaker and good-humoured debater.
Mail online reports today that Nigel is currently over in the USA and coaching The Donald in debating skills.
Will it work I wonder?
Its Not true, Farage tweeted he is in the UK ,but its from the Daily Fail ..
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Farage has that light-hearted indefinable something that makes you want to hear what he has to say - good or bad, even when he is fully arced up.

Trump lacks that. He is too blunt and pragmatic. His vibration is too heavy somehow.

Farage will have his work cut out for him.
You can imagine the howls from the Clinton supporters though if Trump imported an infamous British racist/homophobe/islamophobe/bigot (delete as appropriate) to help him out.
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