July 30, 2021, 7:35

    Eamonn Holmes ‘loved’ Dominic Cummings interview and ‘believes’ his Boris Johnson claims

    Eamonn Holmes ‘loved’ Dominic Cummings interview and ‘believes’ his Boris Johnson claims

    Eamonn Holmes has revealed that he “loved” the Dominic Cummings interview on the BBC on Tuesday and “believes” his claims.

    BBC Two aired an interview between Dominic Cummings, the former chief advisor to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and BBC News' political editor, Laura Kuenssberg.

    During the interview, Cummings made a number of criticisms about Boris Johnson and his handling of the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK.

    He criticised Johnson’s handling of the crisis, his character, and the influence of the Prime Minister’s now-wife, Carrie Symonds.

    Cummings also revealed that there were discussions of ousting Johnson from office mere days after the December 2019 general election.

    Cummings said: “He doesn't have a plan, he doesn't know how to be prime minister and we only got him in there because we had to solve a certain problem not because he was the right person to be running the country."

    On This Morning, Eamonn Holmes says he 'loved' Dominic Cummings interview and 'believes' his claims about the Prime Minister
    (Image: ITV)

    Wednesday’s instalment of This Morning then saw the interview discussed by presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford along with pundits Nick Ferrari and Nicola Thorp.

    Eamonn delivered his verdict on the bombshell interview, stating: “I loved it. He sits there like some Marvel comic mad genius and he is obviously smarter than everybody else.”

    He then of Cummings’ claims: “I believe what he said.”

    Dominic Cummings was compared to a Marvel Comics villain by Eamonn in the discussion
    (Image: BBC)

    Nicola, despite her dislike of Cummings and his beliefs, also believed he was telling the truth about his experience with Boris Johnson.

    “He’s always acted according to his agenda,” claimed Nicola, “and I just think he still did that last night but his agenda just happened to suit the truth and maybe that’s the first time that that happened and I thought that was fascinating.”

    Nick added that he thought it was interesting and believed it was connected to vengeance, noting: "They say revenge is a dish best served cold. Well, this is in the bottom of the chest freezer.

    “He’s been waiting and waiting and waiting for this.”

    Nick Ferrari and Nicola Thorp criticised Laura Kuenssberg's 'faux outrage' in the interview with Cummings
    (Image: BBC)

    Eamonn later compared Cummings to DC Comics villain Lex Luthor, thinking that Cummings “believes in his master plan” and that he thinks he is “superior” to others.

    Meanwhile, Nicola was critical of the portrayal of Carrie Symonds as a “Lady Macbeth figure” for Johnson and also criticised Laura Kuenssberg for her “faux outrage” during the interview, which Nick agreed with.

    *This Morning airs on weekdays from 10am to 12.30pm on ITV with past episodes available on ITV Hub. Meanwhile, Dominic Cummings: The Interview is available now on BBC iPlayer.

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