A group of protesters also carried a banner demanding the USA military out of Shannon Airport where Trump's Air Force One landed him there on Wednesday afternoon for his first visit to Ireland as the US president.
Similar demonstrations were witnessed during Trump's visit to the United Kingdom a few days ago as well as previous year. Speaking on his LBC radio show, Mr Farage declared: "There are some who will say, "well look at the protests", well yes look at the protests".
Many protesters held signs saying: "Stop Racism Stop Trump", "Climate change is really, your tan is not" or "Make America Great Again".More news: Facebook stops app pre-installs on new Huawei phones
"I agree with that: I want the best water, the cleanest water, crystal clean", he said. "I totally listened to him".
"I believe that there is a change in weather and I think it changes both ways".
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"He's Prince Charles, he doesn't have to worry about future generations unless he's a very good person who cares about people, and that's what impressed me, maybe the most".
When pressed by Morgan about whether the USA should take more responsibility, he said: "I did mention a number of things, I did say the United States right now has among the cleanest climates".
President Trump, standing alongside Melania, laughed at the comment, before adding: "You could handle it, there's no question!"More news: Australian police raid public broadcaster amid media crackdown
The US President and his wife Melania Trump were in Portsmouth today alongside the Queen and her son, Prince Charles, for the D-Day commemorations to mark the 75th anniversary of the Second World War campaign.
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