The populist politician took to Twitter to vent his spleen with the Tories after Biden was anointed the winner of the contentious US election on Saturday.
Farage shared a video from a media scrum showing Biden’s reaction to a question from the BBC and argued that the president-elect’s Irish heritage means he will not seek to do a post-Brexit trade deal with Britain.
In the clip a reporter says “Mr Biden, a quick word for the BBC?” prompting Biden to reply “BBC? I’m Irish” before smiling and moving away.
The Brexit Party leader wrote: “As you can see from this clip, Biden hates the UK. The Conservatives had four years to do a trade deal with the USA and pro-UK President, and they failed. There is no chance now.”
Earlier this year Biden said there would be no future trade deal between the US and UK while he was president if the Good Friday Agreement, which brought peace to Northern Ireland, was not respected.
“Any trade deal between the US and UK must be contingent upon respect for the Good Friday Agreement and preventing the return of a hard border in Ireland. Period,” he said.