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"I could not possibly tell you how you should vote in this election ... I will say this. If I was an American citizen, I wouldn't vote for Hillary Clinton if you paid me," Farage said at the rally in Jackson, Miss.

"In fact, I wouldn't vote for Hillary Clinton if she paid me." 

Farage drew comparisons between Brexit and the American presidential election, saying voters have a chance to beat the pollsters, the media and the Washington establishment. 

"I think you have a fantastic opportunity here with this campaign," he said of Trump.

"I come to you from the United Kingdom with a message of hope and a message of optimism. It's a message that says if the little people, if the real people, if the ordinary, decent people are prepared to stand up and fight for what they believe in, we can overcome the big banks." 

Trump, while introducing Farage, urged U.S. voters to reclaim their country as they did in the United Kingdom.

The GOP nominee had been a vocal supporter of the Brexit movement, applauding the move in June as a rejection of the status quo. 

"I was very supportive of their right to do it, and to take control of their own future. That's exactly what we're going to be voting for on Nov. 8," Trump said.