The leader of Great Britain's exit from the European Union, Independence Party chairman Nigel Farage, sat down with Fox News on Saturday and discussed Donald Trump's remarks about women and how he should be evaluated.
"This is alpha male boasting. It's the kind of thing --if we're honest--that men do," he said, adding that the remarks were "ugly."
"There are going to be Republican candidates running for the hills, [putting their] own interest ahead of the good of the party," he said.
Farage said Trump should apologize once more on the debate stage by saying "I behaved in a...boorish way. I apologize...let's talk about real issues."
"At least theres an honesty about Trump...he is what he is...he's not running to be Pope, he's running for president of the United States," Farage added.