The 20-year-old said: "Any chance to stop Brexit happening is a chance that I will take.
"This is an amazing opportunity that I will take.”
However, despite the passionate vow to make the most of the election, he remained reluctant to endorse his support for Tim Farron and the Liberal Democrats.
Aaron said he was still bitterly disappointed at the party for “lying to my generation” over tuition fees.
LBC caller Aaron said he would use the General Election to fight Brexit
Any chance to stop Brexit happening is a chance that I will take
LBC caller Aaron
He said: "I'm doing a five-year course… it's put a really dark line on me and what I think politically.”
But the youngster could not bring himself to back Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour party either.
He said: "Jeremy Corbyn… is not making a big opposition when it comes to Brexit. There's no opposition, there's no scrutinising, there's nothing.”
The student admitted the dilemma was “stressing me out” before Dale pointed out the Lib Dems may have turned over a new leaf.
Dale said: “I have to say, I’m slightly surprised at how quickly the Lib Dems are starting to turn themselves around because I think what happened in the coalition, particularly with the student tuition fees, I think was a very big blow to them.
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UK Prime Minister Theresa May has announced her intention to hold an early general election on June 8
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Theresa May has called for a snap general election
Aaron said he had lost faith in the Lib Dems following its U-turn on tuition fees
“But what we’re talking about here, in two years they’re now on the up again, they won that by-election in Richmond Park.
“I’m sort of bigging them up on this programme purely because I think they’ve got a massive opportunity here and I think think they can make this election very very interesting.”
The vote is set to take place on June 8 with MPs due to vote tomorrow in the House of Commons on whether to back Theresa May’s call.
Citing her reasons to the press on Tuesday, she said: “At this moment of enormous national significance there should be unity here in Westminster but instead there is division.
“The country is coming together but Westminster is not.”