Nigel Farage appeared on Good Morning Britain today alongside Garraway and Jeremy Kyle to discuss his decision to return to the public eye with a Brexit campaign group.
But when Garraway pressed the businessman for answers, the pair came to blows.
Farage began the discussion to explain how dissatisfied he was with how Brexit procedures were going.
He said: “I’ve watched a Prime Minister who stands up and says ‘Brexit means Brexit, we’re taking back control of our borders’ and does the opposite.”
Farage continued to criticise those in government as he insisted the general public were “crying out” for genuine leadership.
Of Theresa May, Farage declared: “I think this Prime Minister has come across as one of the weakest I’ve seen in my life time.”
But Garraway was determined to take Farage to task over his role in the Brexit campaigns, referencing the campaign bus which said £350 million could be given to the NHS if Britain left the European Union.
“There still doesn’t seem an obvious solution and the things people got excited about, I know that you never said that,” Garraway began.
However, Farage began to speak over the presenter, prompting her to say: “Hang on, Nigel.“
But Farage continued: “What about being free?”
“Wait, you’ve got to answer a question,” Garraway insisted.
“You said that, you might not have actually said that but you didn’t deny it when it went round.”
Farage clearly wasn’t pleased with the line of questioning, as he exclaimed: “Don’t trivialise this.”
But Garraway pressed the issue: “Do you have any answers to the solution?”
Farage insisted: “We had a referendum, we voted for something and our politicians should deliver this.”
He also hit out at politician’s “condescension” toward the British public when it came to Brexit.
“One of the things that annoys me is this condescension, ’people didn’t know what they were voting for’. They did, they knew what they were voting for,” he said.
“If our politicians think they can get away with talking down to our people as if they’re stupid, they’re in for a shock.”
Later on in the discussion, he added that some politicians were “betraying” the result of the referendum.
“It wasn’t the best of three. We were told, you decide, we’ll honour, it, they are betraying it. I intend to teach them a lesson,” he remarked.
Farage also touched upon the subject of whether there should be a new leader for parliament and who could fill May’s shoes.
“I think the need for that is pretty urgent, there are people out there who believe in Brexit,” he said.
“Boris [Johnson] believes in it, Jacob Rees Mogg believes in it.”
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.