Piers Morgan hit out at prime minister Boris Johnson yet again on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday.
It came after reports that Boris was taking "direct control" over the government's handling of the coronavirus crisis in the UK.
With the UK death toll from COVID-19 reported as almost 40,000 people, with claims it could be as high as 60,000, the government has faced a backlash over how it has dealt with the pandemic.
From a delayed lockdown and the care home crisis to fears over social distancing rules in place, or not in place, the government have faced tough questions over their method to fight the virus.
The confusing statement of Boris taking control left GMB host Piers and co-presenter Susanna Reid baffled.
They couldn't understand why he wasn't in control before, and who in fact was.
Mocking the statement, Piers took aim at Boris given news of the virus began in January this year.
Susanna said: "I'm glad to see, I have to say Piers, the prime minister has finally taken control."
Piers added: "Well that's fantastic news. I mean you literally couldn't make it up.
"It's June 2nd, this crisis began in January."
Hitting out, Susanna went on: "He's the prime minister, we understand he got ill, we know that and he's been recovering but the idea you have to report a story that the government is finally taking control."
Piers then questioned what had been going on because of the statement.
Putting on a voice, he said: "'I'm finally taking control', well done. You're the prime minister, we kind of assumed you were in control."
It comes amid some lockdown restrictions lifting this week, amid fears of a second wave of the virus hitting the UK.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.