'Brexit is proof that Trump will be

the next president': Twitter draws

parallels with the 'anti-immigration'

message that led to UK's seismic

break with Europe and the rise of

The Donald

 

24/06/16

  • The UK voted to leave the European Union in an historic referendum
  • Many on Twitter believe the result is a sign Trump will win in November
  • They compared the leave campaign's 'divisive' message with Trump's
  • Others showed concern it will lend credence to Trump's nationalist agenda 
As Donald Trump prepares to touch-down in Scotland after the UK's seismic break with the European Union, Twitter drew parallels with the anti-immigration message that led to Brexit and his rise to presumptive Republican presidential candidate. 

The UK voted to leave the EU in an historic referendum – with many on Twitter believing the result is a sign that the billionaire will become the next president of the United States.

As the world reacted to the UK's decision to leave the EU after 43 years, many on social media have pointed out the parallels with Trump's campaign and believe it is an indication of how Americans will vote on November 8.

'Brexit is further proof that Donald J Trump will be the next President of the United States,' wrote Broderick Greer on Twitter.

 

Twitter drew parallels with the 'anti-immigration' message that led to Brexit with the meteoric rise of the Donald Trump

 Paul Harris added that Americans should learn a lesson from the result in Britain.