Nigel Farage, the former leader of the U.K. Independence Party and staunch anti-immigration politician, will reportedly appear at Donald Trump's rally Wednesday night in Jackson, Miss.

Farage told the Daily Telegraph that he will appear with Trump to talk about Brexit vote, in which the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. Trump was an outspoken supporter of the move to leave the EU, having said in Scotland the morning after that the decision was a "great thing."

"Brexit is just massive over here," Farage told the outlet. "I went to the [Republican Party] convention in Cleveland and I just could not believe that ordinary people are talking to me about Brexit."

"They see it as a victory of ordinary people against big business, big banks and big politics," he said. "The Republican activists and managers here are keen to hear the Brexit story, hear how we managed to get 2.5 million people who don't normally vote at all to go down to the polling station."

"It was a victory for the little people – and if the Trump camp reaches out to those same people who have been disadvantaged by corporatism, under-cutting wages, a lot of strong similarities to the United Kingdom then it does not matter what the polls say, what the liberal media say – in the end, elections are won by numbers," he added. "There is a potential target out there that the Republican party needs to reach. We reached them in Brexit – if they do the same they can completely turn this election around."

Farage told the Telegraph that he will not be endorsing Trump because he believes it's wrong for foreign politicians to try to intervene in foreign elections.