Nigel Farage is the first UK politician to meet with President-elect Donald Trump at his New York base Trump Towers.
The acting leader of Ukip and several others close to the MEP met with Trump less than a week after the businessman was elected as the next President of the US in a surprise result to the election.
The meeting took place amid speculation that Farage is being lined up for a role within the Trump camp.
Farage spent more than an hour speaking with Trump covering topics that included Brexit and the bust of Sir Winston Churchill.
"It was a great honour to spend time with Donald Trump," said Farage, expressing confidence in the UK-US relationship.
"He was relaxed, and full of good ideas. I'm confident he will be a good President. His support for the U.S.-UK relationship is very strong. This is a man with whom we can do business".
He added: "I was especially pleased at his very positive reaction to the idea that Sir Winston Churchill's bust should be put back in the Oval Office."
Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) November 12, 2016
Also at the meeting was Arron Banks, a major Ukip donor and Leave campaigner, and Rahemm Kassam, a former aide to Farage who last month withdrew from the Ukip leadership race.
YUUUUGGGGGEEEEEEE. pic.twitter.com/ekYpTEor3Q— Raheem 🇬🇧🇺🇸 (@RaheemKassam) November 13, 2016
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has been invited to meet with Trump "as soon as possible" after speaking to each other in a telephone call last week. However, there have been suggestions that the President-elect snubbed her, calling nine other world leaders before her.