#Gogglebox star Tom Malone rages over Jo Swinson’s General Election ‘promise'

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Tom was joined by his wife and fellow Gogglebox star Julie as well as their son Tom Jnr to watch the greatest TV moments from the week on the hit Channel 4 show. As the Malone family watched the news highlights about the political parties launching their campaigns for the General Election, the stars of the show made their opinions clear on topical matters. In particular, the father of the clan was left raging over a point Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson made.

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Earlier this week, the party leader made her bid for Prime Minister and told the crowds how she never thought she would be in the position she was currently standing.

Watching the speech, Tom said: “Well, that fills us with f*****g confidence.

“If you don’t think you’re good enough for the job, why should we?” he continued before more footage played out.

After stating she could do a better job than Boris Johnson, 55, or Jeremy Corbyn, 70, the Malone matriarch raged anyone could’ve made the same point.

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Gogglebox’s Tom Malone rages over Jo Swinson's 'promise' for ElectionGogglebox star Tom Malone rages over Jo Swinson’s General Election ‘promise’ (Image: Channel 4/BBC)

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“You can’t just stand there right- she’s gone there and gone ‘Vote me Prime Minister. I could do a better job than them’,” he began.

“Anyone could say that. I don’t think you are love,” he added, with Julie saying: “People at home are saying, ‘So can I’.

As his rant continued, the Gogglebox star made his own plea for the position at Number 10 Downing Street.

“I can do a better job than Jo. Vote me Prime Minister.”

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