The leader of the burgeoning Brexit Party said that Mrs May had promised many times that the UK would leave the bloc following the 2016 referendum vote.
But speaking on Good Morning Britain today, he slammed her failure to secure an exit and said the only reason she still leads the Conservatives is because ‘Tory MPs have not got the backbone to get rid of her’.
‘She is without doubt not just the worst Prime Minister in my lifetime, but the most dishonest as well,’ he told presenters Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid.
Farage said that he doesn’t think ‘Westminster gets how angry this country is’ over the fact that Brexit has not yet materialised.
Nigel Farage today slammed Theresa May as the wort Prime Minister of his lifetime as well as the most dishonest
He accused the Prime Minister of ‘pretending’ to go for a free trade deal with the EU but said her agreement still bound us to the bloc.
His party advocates leaving the EU without a deal and using World Trade Organisation rules in the immediate aftermath.
Farage said that the Tories doing a deal with Labour to ensure a customs union is in place after Brexit would be a ‘complete betrayal’.
Susanna Reid suggested that there is division over what deal is adopted because people who backed leaving didn’t necessarily vote to leave without an arrangement in place.
When Farage was challenged on what people voted for in the EU Referendum, he repeatedly said: ‘They voted to leave.’
He also slammed Ukip’s inclusion of Carl Benjamin – aka Sargon of Akkad – as a candidate for the EU elections on May 23.
Farage was challenged on whether the British public voted to leave the EU without a deal in 2016 and replied: ‘They voted to leave’
Benjamin hit headlines for saying he ‘wouldn’t even rape’ Labour MP Jess Philips and police are now investigating for joking that he ‘might’. Farage branded the comments ‘vile’.
Addressing his candidacy and the use of Tommy Robinson as an adviser, Farage said: ‘I warned them last year, repeatedly, do not let the lunatic fringe, the criminal fringe into the party. The sooner this election’s over with and Ukip closes down, the better it will be.’