Good Morning Britain viewers want Piers Morgan to be prime minister [ITV]
It was announced on Friday morning that the Conservatives had won the vote without a majority, with Labour getting over 200 seats, resulting in a hung parliament.
BBC and ITV were amongst the channels who aired extended news coverage in the morning to discuss the results.
Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid announced on Good Morning Britain that there could be a second general election later on this year.
The hosts also hit out at Theresa May for her decision not to resign as prime minister despite the chaos at the polls, almost a year on rom the UK voting to lave the EU with Brexit.
Theresa May has vowed to stay prime minister after the general election [BBC]
Prime Minister Theresa May suffered a Conservative loss at the general election 2017 [Getty]
Piers unleashed a rant about the announcement of a hung parliament, wondering what it will mean for Brexit plans.
Brexit plans may have to be pushed back in wake of the election results.
Piers confessed he believed the hung parliament could harm Brexit plans, after Theresa May pledged this would not be the case.
He said: “The EU are thinking… Britain is incredibly weak and we can screw them.”
Piers Morgan hit out at the government over the hung parliament result in the general election [ITV]
As the host continued to air his view, fans took to Twitter to praise him for his thoughts.
One viewer said: “I feel Britain right now… Would be a safer place if @piersmorgan negotiated a Brexit deal!”
Another agreed: “There’s only one thing for it. @piersmorgan & @susannareid100 will need to lead #Brexit negotiations.”
A third tweeted: “Piers Morgan for prime minister!”
Good Morning Britain: Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid hosted an extended coverage of the General Elections [ITV]
This was echoed by another viewer who said: “I can’t stand him but @piersmorgan would be a great UK prime minister.”
Theresa May met the Queen on Friday to discuss the next plans for the government, before announcing a new alliance with the DUP.