Nigel Farage asks why 25th Amendment isn't invoked for Biden: 'He's an embarrassment to America'

"It is so obvious this man cannot hold the responsibilities of leading America, let alone the free world," said the Brexit leader.

Updated: April 16, 2022 - 12:03am

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Brexit architect Nigel Farage is questioning why people called for the 25th Amendment to be invoked to remove former President Donald Trump but not President Joe Biden, whom Farage called "senile" and an "embarrassment to America."

While the United States and Great Britain have been close allies for more than 100 years, that relationship changed following Biden's "catastrophic withdrawal from Afghanistan," Farage told "Just the News, Not Noise" on Thursday.

"The question we've all been asking," Farage said, "is, 'Where is America?' I mean, Biden said, 'America's back.' America has disappeared."

Biden's response to Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine shows that "bully boy dictators are no longer scared of America," he told show cohosts John Solomon and Amanda Head.

"I want to promise you one thing, if Trump was still president, Putin would not have invaded Ukraine," he added.

Farage said Biden "must be the worst president America has ever, ever had."

Biden should have visited Moscow to talk directly with Putin about the Ukraine invasion, Farage said.

"But let's be frank, this American president mentally is not up to the job," he said. "He's an embarrassment to America. He's an embarrassment to the free world. He's just not capable.

"I don't get it. Whenever Trump said something on the world stage people thought was stupid there were cries in D.C. for the 25th Amendment to be called.

"Nobody is daring to say the 25th should be called when it's clear that America has a president who [is] ... senile. He's not up to the job." 

Even if Biden were to go to Europe to try and help mend relations, he would not help the situation, Farage said.

"It is so obvious this man cannot hold the responsibilities of leading America, let alone the free world," he added.