Talk show host Graham Norton has taken another swipe at summarising
the current political environment.
The comedian explained to The Late Show’s Stephen Colbert what is going on in layman’s terms.
He said: “In a sweet way, it’s as if the United Kingdom
was embarrassed for America, felt like you’re all alone out in the world stage
so we found our own angry Cabbage Patch Kid and made him the leader.”
Norton said he wouldn’t trust current Prime Minister Boris
Johnson “to water my plants when I was away but somehow he is the prime
He also described the dramatic events which unfolded in parliament this week which led to Johnson losing his party’s majority.
“What he cleverly did was, he said if anyone votes
against me in my party, I will fire you. So they did vote against him so he
fired them,” said Norton.
“As he fires them, his majority gets less and less and less so it’s like he’s drilling holes in his own ship out of spite.”
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