Somebody worse will come - UK politician warns US after Trump's impeachment

Somebody worse will come - UK politician warns US after Trump's impeachment

- Nigel Farage, a British politician has reacted to the latest controversies that have trailed US politics

- The politician faults the impeachment proceedings against President Trump

- According to him, any move by Democrats to vilify the president will backfire

A British politician, Nigel Farage, has warned that an organised far-right party may emerge as a result of the impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump.

Farage in a video posted on Twitter said any move by the Democrats to remove Trump before he leaves office would be a mistake that will stoke further tensions in America.

Somebody worse will come, UK politician warns US after Trump's impeachment

Nigel Farage said trying to remove President Trump would only sow more division in American politics. Photo: Samuel Corum
Source: UGC

He said:

"There's a real danger that someone far worse in the Democrats' eyes than President Trump will come along as a big political figure.
"A real danger that you see an organised far-right political party in the USA as they split off from the Republicans."

Farage, who is a friend of Trump, said the impeachment process in itself would enrage the president’s tens of millions of voters.

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According to him, the impeachment would give the president a sainthood status among his base, who view politicians in Washington DC as 'their enemy'.

The politicians stated that the Capitol invasion will not define Trump's presidency nor eclipse achievements, such as diplomatic efforts in the Middle East.

In another news, following the invasion at the US Capitol, federal prosecutors stated that the intention of President Donald Trump’s supporters was to capture and assassinate government elected officials, Reuters has reported.

The international media outfit explained that the prosecutors made the disclosure in a court filing.

The prosecutors also asked a judge to detain the man who was photographed wearing horns in the chamber of the US Senate identified as Jacob Chansley.

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump may serve out the remainder of his term without being removed despite his second impeachment by the United States' House of Representatives.

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This follows the statement by the US Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, rejecting the calls by the Democrats to reconvene the Senate immediately for the president's trial, CNN reports.

Source: Yen News

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