Delving further into his reaction, Charlie continued: “To be honest, myself, and many other business people are just fed up listening to him.
“We’ve got no confidence in him. We need a leader that can stick by what they say and stop playing games with the public. It’s not only people’s lives at risk here, it’s their livelihoods.
“And I’m afraid to say this, this additional month, they’ve now got to get their heads around, it could be the final straw that breaks the donkey’s back.”
As the interview turned towards Charlie’s televised debates on the issue, he lauded new network GB News for giving the likes of Sky News and BBC News a run for their money.
But there was “one thing missing” according to Charlie – and that’s Piers Morgan, who dramatically quit GMB earlier this year after refusing to apologise for comments made about Meghan Markle.