Nigel Farage has again stuck up for his buddy US President Donald Trump. A caller on his LBC radio show phoned in to defend John Bercow’s comments that Trump should not be allowed to address the Houses of Parliament during his state visit later this year.

Listener accused Farage of ‘making a mountain out of a molehill’

As Farage was speaking out against Bercow on his show, saying that he has invited “tyrants from all over the world” to speak at Parliament throughout his career, a listener called in to say he was “making a mountain out of a molehill.” And then Farage slaughtered him.

Farage said that Bercow has had the Israel-condemning Emir of Kuwait and the nuke-toting North Korea over “for tea.” The caller then accused Farage of disliking Bercow and using the current controversy surrounding him as a “platform to have a pop at him.”

Then Farage took the caller down by using history against him.

He doesn’t see a problem in having a pop at Bercow, but he does see a problem with this issue being referred to as a “molehill,” because he said the programme’s constitutional expert Craig “cannot think of any precedent in the history of our Parliament where a speaker has so overstepped the mark,” and then accused his listener of only calling in “for a row” and said “it was great fun,” then hung up the call.