Johnny Rotten has said he'd like to be Donald Trump's friend
The Anarchy in the UK star also said Nigel Farage was “fantastic” and officially backs Brexit.
Mr Lydon, who was appearing on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, was asked several politically charged questions.
He responded: “Where do I stand on Brexit?
“Well, here it goes, the working class have spoke and I’m one of them and I’m with them.”
Johnny Rotten was appearing on ITV at the time
The ‘God Save the Queen’ singer does not hold back when it comes to his adoration for the Republican front man.
He said: “One journalist once said to me, is he the political Sex Pistol? In a way.
“What I dislike is the left-wing media in America are trying to smear the bloke as a racist and that’s completely not true.
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“There are many, many problems with him as a human being but he’s not that and there just might be a chance something good will come out of that situation because he terrifies politicians.
“This is a joy to behold for me. Dare I say, [he could be] a possible friend.”
The punk rocker, who now lives in America, said Mr Farage first came to his attention when he engaged in water warfare with Bob Geldof on the River Thames.
Bob Geldof angered Brexiteers by swearing during the Thames flotilla
The Brexit flotilla enraged fellow rockstar Mr Geldof so much that he famously gave Mr Farage a two finger salute, enraging Britain’s fishing community who were attempting to make a stand against crippling EU fishing quotas.
Mr ‘Rotten’ said: “After that up-the-River-Thames argument he had with Bob Geldof I wanted to shake his [Mr Farage’s] hand because it was silly beyond belief.”