He continued: “I did have 20 years in business before getting involved in politics, I do know how to cut deals, I do have the support of the president-elect and I do know some of his team, some of whom I’ve known for years.
“I am very keen for Britain and America to get closer again.
“My critics would say I have spent a career in politics trying to knock down buildings, well now I’d like the chance to try and help build one.”
On Tuesday, Trump tweeted to throw his support behind Farage, surprising Downing Street in the process as the role is not available and foreign leaders usually don’t choose who gets appoints ambassador to their countries.
Farage used the CNN interview to answer calls for a second referendum over Britain’s membership of the EU.
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