Sky News’ interview with Breitbart London Editor-in-Chief, Raheem Kassam, has gotten a huge reaction, with some cheering Kassam on and others, like left-wing news outlet The Guardian, calling Kassam a new face of the “hard right.”
“The feedback from my Sky News interview yesterday has been immense,” Kassam said.
Kassam, 31, who was born to Indian/Tanzanian immigrant parents and raised in West London, became “sick of what was happening” to the country, and decided to do something about it. In addition to being Editor-in-Chief for Breitbart London, Kassam has served as Nigel Farage’s senior advisor, and recently published a book on Europe’s “No Go Zones.”
Note: Kassam was reluctant to use profanity on the air in this interview, but since the host did not seem to have any qualms about it, Kassam ended the interview by saying “London’s turning into a sh*thole under Sadiq Khan.”