Nigel Farage Will Not be Donald Trump Intermediary: Downing Street

Farage earlier told USA media that Mrs May's team had been "quite rude" about Trump, "so there are some fences to be mended".

After the meeting Mr Farage tweeted that it had been a great honour and added: He was relaxed and full of good ideas.

"If I am called of course I will help - I am interested in doing the best for the country", Farage said. Ahead of the vote, Mr. Trump-who vowed to deliver " Brexit times 10"-said that momentum behind Brexit and support for him were both fueled by frustration over immigration.

"This is a man with whom we can do business", Mr. Farage wrote.

The pair also spoke about returning a bust of Sir Winston Churchill to the Oval Office, an idea the new president was receptive to, according to UKIP.

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The statement prompted UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to say that Obama harboured an "ancestral dislike of the British Empire" because of his Kenyan heritage.

In a show of closeness that will irritate Downing Street, the interim Ukip leader, who supported Donald Trump on his campaign trail, met the President-elect at Trump Towers in NY. He has been a vocal supporter of several Trump policies and appeared at a rally in the U.S. for the controversial president-elect. "However imperfect Donald Trump may be, and my goodness he is, his mother was Scottish, he owns Turnberry, he spends a lot of time in our country, he loves our country, what we stand for and our culture".

Later on in discussions, Mr Farage engaged in smutty chatter about Mr Trump meeting the Queen.

When asked about Brexit, Farage said it had provided ordinary people with a chance to voice how they felt.

David Cameron described his comments as "divisive, stupid and wrong" and said Mr Trump should come to the United Kingdom because it would "unite us all against him".

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The interim UKIP leader has described 2016 as a year of "democratic revolution" and predicts there will be "more shocks to come" in 2017.

After conversing with Trump, Farage took to Twitter to endorse Trump's candidacy.

Downing Street moved to try to play down the significance of the Ukip leader's meeting with Mr Trump. "As someone who has now become a demolitions expert I'm thoroughly enjoying what's going on".

Mrs May's administration has been criticised for not reaching out to team Trump pre-election on the assumption Clinton would win.

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