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This caller's argument against leaving the EU completely fell apart when Iain Dale accused him of condescending 17.4 million people, and it got very heated.
The pro-Remain caller told Iain Dale that the difference between Brexiteer's and Remainer's is that those who voted to leave "live in a cloud" and "keep refusing to understand the facts of life."
Peter also accused Brexiteer's of wanting to ignore the facts.
LBC presenter and Brexiteer, Iain Dale, said: "I don't need your condensation, and I don't think 17.4 million people need your condensation either."
But Peter's argument started to completely fall apart.
He said: "What happened is most of the people who voted have below average IQ."
Iain butted in: "Am I too thick and stupid to understand?"
Peter's response wasn't satisfactory, as Iain began to call out his accusations.
Peter didn't give up making his points, leaving Iain Dale with is head in his hands.
"To say that everybody knew what they voted for is a lie," Peter said.
Iain said: "But to say Brexiteers are all thick and stupid is ridiculous as well, as I think you probably realise."
But Peter denied saying what he said, and told Iain: "Unfortunately the message is so complex and so important that we can not leave it to the people."
Watch the heated exchange unfold in the video above.