“But actually if you look at what’s happened in the last 18 months: the Tories were not meant to win a majority – you had 8-1 before the election – Corbyn wasn’t meant to win the first time round, Brexit wasn’t mean to happen and Trump was never going to be president.
“All four of those things, in 18 months, have happened.
“So I am someone who takes Corbyn very seriously as a political opponent.
“I think things can happen, it’s an uncertain world and he is a threat, he could get elected.
“I hope that he doesn’t because I think he’d be a disaster but I take the threat seriously.”
The show, which was broadcasting from Stirling in Scotland, also saw one audience member claim democracy was being “lowered to mob rule” as a result of the upset following rump’s election, Brexit and Scotland’s vote to stay in the United Kingdom.
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