Nigel Farage says ‘human dynamo’ Donald Trump is going to win US election
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Voters will choose this week whether Mr Trump or his Democrat rival Joe Biden will become the next President of the US. More than 90 million people have already voted in what is already looking likes its highest turnout in a century. Today is the last day of campaigning for the pair, with the latest polls by RealClearPolitics showing battleground states, including Florida, Pennsylvania and Michigan, being too close to call a frontrunner.
However, Brexit Party leader Mr Farage is confident Mr Trump will be victorious.
He told Talk Radio this morning: “He’s not just the President of the USA, he is a human dynamo.
“I have never seen a support base as enthusiastic as they are for this man. These crowds chant ‘we love you’.”
Mr Farage also said he did not believe Mr Biden will “slam dunk” the election.
This is despite Mr Biden’s polling average remaining above 50 percent since October 4.
Mr Farage said: “You can, if you want to, look at the opinion polls, look at the betting markets, look at the lead editorials of the global press and they will all tell you that its a slam dunk for Joe Biden.
“I do not believe it.
“I genuinely think he’s going to win tomorrow.”
Mr Farage also revealed he had put a £10,000 bet for Donald Trump to win the US election.
Speaking on a video posted to Twitter, he said: “Michael Cohen, he’s Trump’s former attorney, they’ve fallen out.
“He hates Donald Trump and he said, ‘I’m going to put a $10,000 bet on Joe Biden to win’.
“Now Joe Biden has been 2/1 on.
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“I think it’s a very dumb bet because what I can see on the ground is Trump has got the momentum, Biden’s hiding, not even taking press questions because he doesn’t want anything to come out.
“I would have thought the betting market ought to be even.
“I think it’s a dumb bet but Cohen did one smart thing, he went to Guesser so that he could get the best price.
“In return, back in 2016 I backed Brexit from 3/1 to 4/1, I backed Trump 5/2.
“It was my best ever betting year.
“I’m going to have a punt. I’m going the other side of Biden and Cohen.
“I’m going to have £10,000 on Donald Trump to win next Tuesday.”
The two candidates could face a potential setback in the election as coronavirus cases have been reported to be surging in every key swing state as voters head to the polls.
This includes Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, North Carolina, Nevada, Ohio, Wisconsin and Texas.
The US has recorded more cases and more deaths than any other country worldwide, with more than 81,000 new infections recorded on Sunday alone.
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