The notorious white supremacist said in a tweet he is “looking forward” to him becoming Prime Minister, conveniently ignoring the fact he is ineligible having failed to become an MP seven times.
Duke, 66, joined the KKK in 1967 and founded the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1970s and was also a former one-term Republican Louisiana State Representative.
As well as once calling for the “advancement of the white race and separation of the white and black races”, he also peddles numerous anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
Duke also refers to himself as “Dr” in reference to a PhD he obtained in 2005 at an anti-Semitic Ukrainian institution described as a “diploma mill” by the State Department.
Although Farage has yet to comment on the backing from Duke, one man who seemed rather surprised was fellow LBC host, James O’Brien.
Farage recently dined with Trump or at least that’s what he wanted people to believe.
But as a fellow diner pointed out...