"Farage appeared at a rally with Donald Trump in Jackson, Mississippi." Here are some of his impressions.
I told them that if you can motivate non-voters to engage with the electoral process that anything was possible.
I did not endorse Trump, because I had condemned President Obama for telling us what to do in our referendum.
But I did say that if I was a US citizen I would not vote for Hillary Clinton even if she paid me.
So what now do I think of Trump and his campaign? Often business people don't make good politicians.
They are used to having their own way and fire off lots of ideas, many of which are completely forgotten by the following morning.
But in politics if you think out loud and throw ideas into the mix they simply can't be thrown in the waste bin as they get analysed and often ridiculed by the media pack.
Trump is very new to politics and has made a lot of mistakes.
When I watched his acceptance speech in Cleveland it appeared to be disjointed. It simply didn't flow.
But what I saw from just a few feet away in Jackson was something different. He was a better and more confident speaker.
He stuck in a disciplined manner to a script. I sensed that his new campaign team have him on the right track. I really don't believe that he is the monster painted by many.