, the leader of Britain’s Brexit Party and an ally of President , wanted to make a scene on one of his last days as a member of the European Parliament.
But maybe not in the way he’d hoped.
Farage, of Trump who the president has previously suggested should become to the U.S., and other members of his anti-EU party on Wednesday were admonished for waving the U.K.’s national flag in the Parliament chamber during his final address.
Farage’s microphone was then cut off as Irish lawmaker Mairead McGuinness, first vice president of the European Parliament, instructed the group to “put your flags away, you’re leaving, and take them with you if you are leaving now.”
“Goodbye,” McGuinness added, prompting cheers