As the interview got underway, Farage commended the work of the Brexit Party and himself so far having only be established 19 weeks ago and winning the European elections.
With further calls for a General Election arising since Prime Minister Boris Johnson, 55, came to power, the hosts spoke to Farage about the possibility of a vote going ahead.
However, Farage’s explanation of his party’s stance on Brexit and how they would approach a General Election lead Madeley to hit back at the politician over whether he thought the British public knew what was going on.
Before the heated moment, Farage had stated the current deal which former Prime Minister Theresa May, 62, had put forward was “the worst in history,” making it “virtually impossible to leave the customs union,” as he said the Brexit party wanted a “called break”.
“Even without the backstop, it costs us £39 billion. It makes it virtually impossible for us to ever leave the customs union,” Farage explained.
“We will not be a free, independent nation, Farage continued.
The Brexit party leader went on to say about a General Election: “So, we are standing and we will stand in every seat in this election and we’re saying to Boris Johnson, ‘If you sell us out on Brexit, with this awful withdrawal treaty, we will fight you in every seat.’
Madeley asked: “Nigel, if you’re right in that analysis, why is it your poll figures are dropping and his figures and the Conservative party’s figures are rising?
“If he’s actually pulling a fast one and he’s going to give us Theresa May’s deal…” Madeley added, before Farage interjected.
“People haven’t realised yet,” Farage said of Johnson’s new deal.
“Oh right, so we’re too stupid to see it?” Madeley hit back, with Farage going on to explain his remark.
“No, because it’s too early. This only began to happen last week,” he added, referring to the General Election indication polls.
“ You’ve got the loud noise who says we’ll leave on the 31st October.
“But if you actually look at what is being said by [Emmanuel] Macron, [Angela] Merkel, by Boris Johnson – Boris in a letter last week said it was his highest priority to get a withdrawal agreement.”
“We want a clean deal Brexit,” Farage demanded, before going on to tell Madeley and Hawkins the Brexit party would be willing to work with the Conservatives if Johnson was “sincere” in wanting a clean break from the European Union.
Farage said it wasn’t just the Conservatives his party would be willing to work with, stating the Brexit party would work with anyone who would agree with their terms.
“What we will not do is stand away and watch Brexit fail for another time,” the former UKIP party member explained.
“I would put country before party,” Farage added, before going on to commend the Prime Minister and his relationship with President Donald Trump, 73.
“If our PM is getting on with the most powerful person in the world, that is good,” the Brexit party leader remarked.