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2 May 2017, 10:06
Diane Abbott's car crash interview with LBC caused waves of both hilarity and agony as people listened to it.
During the interview, the Shadow Home Secretary struggled to come up with a final cost for Labour's policy to put 10,000 more police officers on the street - at one time, claiming that each one would cost £30 per year.
This is how Twitter responded.
CCHQ: 'Agent Abbott, rein it in. We don't want to arouse suspicions.'— Paul Richards (@Labourpaul) May 2, 2017
BREAKING: Labour's secret plan to scrap the minimum wage. https://t.co/ioCyUSpffT— Lib Dem Press Office (@LibDemPress) May 2, 2017
People say spending would be out of control under Corbyn, but Diane Abbott is offering to pay police officers less than 2p an hour— Michael Deacon (@MichaelPDeacon) May 2, 2017
Tories on hearing that Diane Abbott's doing the media rounds today pic.twitter.com/quu0RizvIz— Ben Astley (@benjastley) May 2, 2017
Never realised how much i enjoy listening to Diane Abbott do mental arithmetic. "It will cost.... it will cost... It. Will. Cost..."— Ned Donovan (@Ned_Donovan) May 2, 2017
'Where's Diane Abbott? I'm not working for £30 a year!' pic.twitter.com/Q4tNSDd5mN— Mo'mentum (@momentumtrumpt1) May 2, 2017
Diane Abbott is trending.— rustinpeace (@rustinpeace00) May 2, 2017
Spoiler: It isn't good news for Labour.
There's no need for any Conservative party election broadcasts - they can just replay Diane Abbott's LBC interview in every PEB slot.— David Vick (@DavidVick5) May 2, 2017
You can watch the interview they are all talking about below...
Diane Abbott's Agonising Interview With Nick Ferrari