‘Let me answer’WATCH: Shock moment David Cameron loses temper and SNAPS...

‘Let me answer’WATCH: Shock moment David Cameron loses temper and SNAPS at Kate Garraway on EU


KATE GARRAWAY was reprimanded by Prime Minister David Cameron on Good Morning Britain today during a heated discussion about the EU referendum – prompting outrage on social media.

The presenter, 49, was grilling the premier over his ongoing Remain campaign, just hours after he received a mixed reception during a televised debate.

After the duo, as well as co-host Ben Shephard, sparred back-and-forth over his track record on immigration and how the referendum result could affect it going forward, she attempted to pull him up on one point when he hit back: “You’re asking a question then not giving me a chance to answer.”

Viewers on Twitter were divided between the two, with one person saying: “#DavidCameron was just quite rude to @kategarraway on #gmb @GMB.”

“Keep chipping at him Kate!!! He’s such a liar and twists every question/answer! @GMB,” someone else posted.

DavidDavid Cameron was branded sassy for interrupting Kate Garraway

Kate and BenBen Shephard also joined the sparring session

A third wrote: “David Cameron is such an a**! He don’t half dance around a question! #GMB.”

However, taking the Prime Minister’s side, one viewer raged: “TRYING to listen to PM talk about EU referendum is hard when Kate Garroway KEEPS INTERRUPTING HIM. I want to know what he’s got to say #gmb.”

“The “Shout over the guest” method of interviewing is cringy! If they are rambling sure, but not whilst answering a question. #GMB,” wrote another person.

Some even mourned Piers Morgan’s absence, with one tweet reading: “Where is @piersmorgan when you need him?”; and another saying: “I wish @piersmorgan was on #gmb this morning, he’d get David Cameron to answer a question!”

Kate and David ended on good terms when she quizzed him about his 20th wedding anniversary, which was earlier this week.


GMBThe debate was Mr Cameron’s latest high-profile TV appearance

“We both agreed that we loved each other a lot more now than we did 20 years ago,” he said.

“We decided not to do presents. We decided we did dinner and a lovely meal.”

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6:30am on ITV.

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