The angry Ukip leader criticised the government and Theresa May for foreign aid spending and argued that it should instead be spent on the NHS.
Speaking on Peston on Sunday, the furious politician argued he wanted to see British taxpayers' money spent on British people.
He said: “I want to see more money put into the NHS.
“We have a foreign aid budget which at the moment costing the British people £30million every single day and we believe that should be slashed and that money should be put into the NHS.
Paul Nuttall blasted the government's foreign aid budget
“The foreign aid budget at the moment which is due to go up to £15billion by the end of this parliament is an absolute outrage.
“I want to see British taxpayers' money spent here in our country on our own people.”
Mr Nuttall then had to deal with a grilling from host Robert Peston about his views on privatising the NHS where he admitted he had changed his mind, before the Ukip leader fought back.
He said: “It’s the Labour party who are going for me on this. I will not be hectored or lectured to by a party which privatised five per cent of the NHS when it was in power.
“On a personal level yes, I have (changed privatisation views), but the party has never ever gone into any single election in its history or in the future with a policy of privatising the NHS.”
Paul Nuttall argued that the foreign aid budget should be spent on British people
I want to see British tax payers money spent here in our country on our own people
The Ukip leader has announced he will run in the Stoke-on-Trent Central by-election in which he vowed to support the “Brexit capital”.
The traditionally safe Labour seat is up for grabs following the resignation of departing Labour MP Tristram Hunt.
Stoke-on-Trent recorded a huge number of Leave votes in last summer's European Union referendum at just under 70 per cent, despite Labour's policy being to back Remain.
Speaking after he was announced as the Ukip candidate for the by-election, he said: “Be clear – nobody will fight harder than me to ensure that Brexit happens in full and good time.
“If I am elected as your MP it will send a signal to all those who are trying to put spanners in the works that their jobs are on the line.”