FOX: The Special Counsel's nearly two year investigation into the Trump campaign took particular interest in one of the so-called Bad Boys of Brexit. [plays video clips]
"The British newspaper The Guardian reports that Nigel Farage is, quote, "a person of interest" in the inquiry into Russia and the Trump campaign."
"If you triangulate Russia, Wikileaks, Assange and Trump associates, the person who comes up with the most hits is Nigel Farage."
"The Special Counsel is interested in Trump ally Nigel Farage."
FOX: Well, Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage joins us right now. So, you're a person of interest?
FARAGE: Yes, I'm part of the grand conspiracy that took place in 2016.
FOX: Could you please explain what happened ...?
FARAGE: Obviously I raised a lot of Russian money ... I mean, the whole thing is just unbelievable. If you think about it, democracy only works if you have the principle of loser's consent. You lose an election, you don't like it, but you say: Next time around we're gonna win. What we had in '16, with Brexit and Trump, was the Establishment refusing to accept the results. That's why Mueller was there on Capitol Hill yesterday, that's why there's newspaper articles still being written about me. Hillary Clinton publicly said, Nigel Farage is funded by the Russians! I mean, the whole thing ...
FOX: Why was the Special Counsel interested in you? Is it because Wikileaks and that connection with the UK?
FARAGE: The story was that I'd run memory sticks from Donald Trump straight to Julian Assange. I mean, you just couldn't make this stuff up! There is no basis of evidence for it whatsoever. They just can't accept Brexit, they can't accept President Trump. They spent three years now trying to invalidate the result, but as you saw yesterday, they're losing.