Donald Trump says Boris Johnson has made a ‘big mistake’ in supporting wind power. Breaking News

Boris Johnson has warned that Donald Trump is “making a big mistake” by supporting “ridiculous” wind turbines to push the United Kingdom into a zero carbon economy.

The former United States president says he still loves the British prime minister but says he is wrong to support renewable energy.

The United Kingdom has become a world leader in wind power, especially off the coast, and Mr Johnson has pushed Britain to become an oil producer to reach zero by 2050.

Investing in technology over the past decade or so has led to the construction of Hornsea One, the world’s largest windmill, off the North Sea off East Yorkshire.

But in an interview with former Brexit party leader Nigel Faraj, Mr Trump said Britain was “destroying the landscape” by allowing the turbines to be loaded.

Speaking to GBJ News, the businessman, who owns golf courses in Ireland and Scotland, said: “He was wrong, Boris was wrong.

“He is making a big mistake”

The former White House administration has dubbed wind power “the most expensive type of energy.”

“I think it’s windy, I think it’s funny,” Mr Trump said in a comment on Florida on Monday and in comments that could be released this week.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson boarded an Evangelist during a visit to Moray Offshore Windfarm East in Aberdeenshire Beach (Jane Ballow / PA).

The former president added: “Remember that you have to replace these monsters every 10 years.

“And they don’t usually worry. Do you know what they do? They just let it rot. They kill all the birds, they are so bad.

Despite the criticism, Mr Trump – who lost last year’s presidential election to Joe Biden – said he liked the British prime minister and was “more free”.

“I like him. I agree with him. I have always agreed with him,” Mr Trump said.

“He went a little further from the liberal side.

“But let me tell you – I’m surprised you are one of the most beautiful countries in the world.

“And you’re destroying it with all these wind turbines everywhere.”

Mr. Johnson was not always a windbreaker. In 2013, wind farms “could not get the skin out of rice pudding,” he said.

Interviews with Mr. Trump on the issue of the royal family, the upcoming presidential election, the upcoming Capitol Hill riots, the Black Live issue, the refugee crisis in the United States and the United Kingdom will be aired on Wednesday at 7 p.m.

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