Opinion: Last week Nigel Farage laughed of rumours that he may be up for an ambassadorial role in the UK tied to the election of Donald J Trump.
Farage said he was no diplomat but that we would love to play some part in Trump's presidency.
Of course he already has.
He appeared on stage with Trump at one election campaign rally and there were reports he was coaching Trump on how to fool the people. His training paid off.
Farage lied to the public in the UK during the EU BRexit campaign. He retains a seat in the European Parliament ridingthat gravy train he complains about but continues to lose at the British ballot box.
A former Conservative who fell out with that political party over the UKs EU membership he is as right-wing as they come.
Neither Donald Trump or Nigel Farage represent ordinary working class people and they never will.
Farage adopts the role of one of the lads, pint of beer in one hand and fag in the other, but he is as working class as the British Royal family.
Tuesday Donald Trump has tweeted his hope that Farage will be a British ambassador to the USA.
That highlights that "Houston we have a problem" and a big one.
Trump hasn't a clue.
A man who was born into money he has been used to buying whatever he wants.
When it comes to politics he is clueless.
As he tries to surround himself with white, middle-aged or older men, Trump forgets that he will not get a free rein on everything.
Removed from Twitter at one time Donald J Trump now appears to spend most of his time tweeting unless it is a paid for troll, family member or simply member of his entourage.
"Many people would like to see @Nigel_Farage represent Great Britain as their Ambassador to the United States. He would do a great job!" Tweeted Trump.
Who the Hell are these many people?
The Guardian reports:
In a brief call with BBC Breakfast, Farage said he had been awake since 2am UK time when the tweet was first posted.
Still what does Mr Trump care that there is an excellent ambassador already, he is now King of the World at least in his own mind.
Trump remains President elect until January 20 when he is inaugurated.
He is still working on who will get top roles in his team.
He has yet to fill the job of Secretary of State.