Nigel Farage placed the blame for the multiple atrocities that have scarred the continent on Francois Hollande and Angela Merkel.
Speaking on Fox News, the former Ukip leader defended President Trump, who has been condemned after an executive order placed immigration restrictions on refugees and nationals from certain countries, all of which had large Muslim populations.
The 52-year-old said: “The one thing that Donald Trump must not do is take advice, on how to deal with terrorism from the French President and the German Chancellor.
Nigel Farage has criticised Angela Merkel and Francois Hollande
“Because they’re the people who opened the doors to Isis and we’re seeing that every month with attacks in Europe.”
Both France and German leaders criticised the new President and urged to him reconsider his actions.
Both German and French foreign ministers met on Saturday before talks in France, and commented on the executive order signed by the US President.
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They’re the people who opened the doors to Isis
French minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said: “We have signed international obligations, so welcoming refugees fleeing war and oppression forms part of our duties.”
The French and German ministers stood united on the policy, before suggesting when Rex Tillerson is appointed as Secretary of State, they will contact him.
German minister Sigmar Gabriel added: “Love thy neighbour is part of this tradition, the act of helping others.
“This unites us, we Westerners. And I think that this remains a common foundation that we share with the United States, one we aim to promote.”
President Trump defended his ban as he argued it would prevent radical Islamic terrorists from entering the US, a policy which Mr Farage has enthusiastically supported.
French foreign minister Jean-Marc Ayrault and Germany’s Sigmar Gabriel hold a joint press conference
Mr Trump's state visit to the UK will go ahead despite widespread outrage over the travel ban he imposed on Muslims and refugees.
With an online petition calling for the honour to be withdrawn from Mr Trump being backed by one million people, Theresa May came under pressure to downgrade or axe the visit.
But Downing Street said its position had not changed as a spokesman stated: "An invitation has been extended and accepted."
Ministers face being hauled into the Commons later amid continued concerns about the impact on Britons, as well as the way the Government has responded.