The commentator was left fuming during a heated discussion with James McGrory, the co-executive director of Open Britain, on his LBC show.
He questioned why Mr McGrory felt the European Union would give the UK a favourable deal.
He asked: “Why should they give us a good deal, wouldn’t they like to see yet more drama and problems caused back here in the UK?”
The guest said the UK had to “get out of that mindset” before Ferrari probed further.
Nick Ferrari blasted James McGrory over MPs having another vote on a Brexit deal
Oh for goodness sake! How many times does she have to get on the Eurostar then to get it sorted?
“What’s in it for the EU?” he asked. “I do see what Mrs May is seeing here Mr McGrory, what’s in it for the EU to offer the good deal then, why?”
Mr McGrory offered his take and reminded Ferrari not to see Eurocrats as the “enemy”.
“They’re still going to be our biggest trading partners,” he said. “it’s in negotiation.
“The whole point of doing any trade deal with any country is that both sides can walk away and say ‘look, we’re happy with that, we think it’s going to boost our trade, boost our prosperity’, that should be what we are aiming for in these negotiations.
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“We shouldn’t be viewing the people across the table as the enemy.”
Ferrari then put a scenario to the former spokesman to Nick Clegg before finally snapping at him.
“Mrs May comes back with her deal, the politicians have their ‘proper say’ or ‘meaningful say’ as you put it and they vote it down – how do you think that’s going to sit with the British public?” he asked.
Mr McGrory replied: “Well, the Government will have to go back to the negotiating table.”
The radio host then lost it and mocked the idea.
“Oh for goodness sake! How many times does she have to get on the Eurostar then to get it sorted?” he asked.
The campaigner maintained his position and replied: “I think it’s more important than the Prime Minister’s travel plans… this is something that’s going to shape our future economy, our future prosperity for decades to come.
“It is not an understatement to say this is the most important peacetime deal ever struck.”