GMB fans slam Susanna Reid for ‘rude’ interview with Matt Hancock

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Good Morning Britain viewers were up in arms after witnessing Tuesday's interview with Home Secretary Matt Hancock.

Fans took particular aim at host Susanna Reid, 50, as they slammed her interviewing skills while claiming she had been "rude" and a "disgrace" for laughing as the MP had tried to provide an answer.

One person fumed on Twitter: "@susannareid100 why are you so rude to the ministers you interview? Just who do you think you are? And if that wasn’t bad enough you cut across the answers and then you laugh as you go into the break afterwards – utter disgrace @GMB @Ofcom @MattHancock."

Another added: "@GMB @susannareid100 @MattHancock @piersmorgan what a ridiculous interview without Piers holding politicians to account.

"Allowing Hancock to just squirm out of answers. Indian variant out off control I am paying £1250 week for my dads care. Shambles, please get back on the TV to get some answers."

"Allowing Hancock to just squirm out of answers. Indian variant out off control I am paying £1250 week for my dads care. Shambles, please get back on the TV to get some answers."

Adil Ray also came under fire with viewers who "cringed after he'd brought up a "WhatsApp" messages that Boris Johnson concerning the Home Secretary.

One person moaned: "@GMB Totally unnecessary Adil Ray to bring that text message up. Just cringe. Matt Hancock not my favourite person but really that was not fair."

Towards the end of the discussion Adil asked: "How can you work for a boss who thinkings you are totally useless?"

Before adding: "The whole world has seen the WhatApp messages."

Mr Hancock chirped back: "That was ancient history, that was a time of enormous challenge and frustration.

Adil interjected: "Has he [Boris Johnson] apologised for the messages?"

The Health Secretary replied: "Unlike others I’m not going to go into those conversations. The Government is working really effectively at the moment."

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