The former Ukip leader called it a “great idea” after a source close to the US leader suggested he was planning to hold a major rally in UK at a landmark venue such as the London stadium.
Plans come after House of Commons Speaker John Bercow said he would attempt to block President Trump addressing MPs in Parliament.
From The Express
Mr Farage told Fox News: “Well I’ve certainly been encouraging the idea. There is a precedent for this because the Indian Prime Minister Mr Modi came and did this a couple of years ago.
“And it just seems to me that if the British political class are too stuck in the mud to want to listen to President Trump, well I tell you what, there’ll be millions of ordinary people in Britain that will.
“So I think Wembley stadium or a big one in Birmingham is a great idea.”
The source insisted the billionaire tycoon did not want to address Parliament in the first place and instead wanted to “speak to the people”.
They said: “The idea that is being discussed is to hire a major stadium in Birmingham, Cardiff or even Wembley and to bring everyone together in a massive rally to celebrate the special relationship between the US and the UK.
“Trump is a huge supporter of the military so the plan would be to charge people £10 to attend with all the proceeds going to the Poppy Appeal.
“It would be a triple win. Trump loves rallies; it would be a win for the British public and a win for the Royal British Legion, of which the Queen is patron.”
Since Mr Bercow’s opposition to Donald Trump and vocal opposition to Brexit, a motion of no confidence has been tabled by Tory MP James Duddridge.
Campaigners have reportedly claimed more than a dozen cabinet ministers will back the motion to oust the Commons Speaker.