Nigel Farage outlines two simple ways Donald will turn things around in ...

NIGEL FARAGE has outlined two simple ways President Donald will turn things around in the upcoming US elections.

PUBLISHED: 11:58, Tue, Oct 6, 2020 | UPDATED: 12:10, Tue, Oct 6, 2020

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The Brexit Party leader said the Republican firebrand is “poised to turn disaster into triumph” after he was struck down by coronavirus and forced to spend three days in hospital with just weeks to go before his US presidential showdown with Democrat Joe Biden. Mr Farage said he was “worried” about Mr ’s presidential campaign ahead of the November 3 elections after he and his wife Melania were struck with the invisible killer disease.


But the politician outlined two simple ways the US leader could turn things around despite his rival Mr Biden believing “COVID-19 to be his winning issue”.

Mr Farage said: “There are strong hints already that, health-allowing, will use his illness to take control of the COVID agenda.

“I also anticipate that will once again condemn China for causing this global crisis and point out that Biden has encouraged the Chinese regime in every way over decades of his political career.”

Nigel FarageNigel Farage has outlined why he thinks Donald will turn it around in the US elections (Image: PA)

Nigel FarageNigel Farage has been an outspoken supporter of (Image: GETTY )

The Republican president, running for re-election against Mr Biden in the November election, was admitted to hospital on Friday after being diagnosed with the disease.

This morning he returned to the White House and urged Americans not to fear the COVID-19 disease that has killed more than 209,000 people in the country and put him in hospital.

Mr Farage said of Mr in the Daily Telegraph: “His audacious style of leadership is exactly why ’s supporters love him, however, and I believe this episode shows that could be poised to turn disaster into triumph.

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