Nick Ferrari labelled the Speaker’s plot to ban Donald Trump from addressing Parliament as “dangerous”.
Mr Bercow, who is expected to remain impartial in his position, accused the US President of “racism and sexism” as he vowed to “strongly oppose” any such address.
His comments were met with fury by Conservative MP James Duddridge, who has since put forward a motion of no confidence.
Nick Ferrari suggested John Bercow "should keep his gob shut!"
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He should keep his gob shut
Ferrari was similarly unhappy with the controversial statement, as he tore into the Speaker during an episode of Sky News’ “The Pledge”.
The LBC host suggested the remarks could be damaging for the Government as it looks to forge new trade links with the US.
“He’s not the foreign secretary, he is not the prime minister, it is not his place to argue – actually it’s quite dangerous,” Ferrari thundered.
“In a post-Brexit world we need our allies and they are our longest standing ally.”
Nick Ferrari said the comments made by the Speaker were "dangerous"
Responding to earlier remarks made by fellow panellist and ex-professional footballer Graeme le Saux – who lauded the praise of the Speaker – Ferrari advised Mr Bercow would have wiser to have kept his personal views private.
“If the foreign secretary has a view, fine [they] can get elected out of their position.”
“The Speaker enjoys such a rarified and privileged position he should keep his gob shut.”
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Tory backbencher James Duddridge, MP for Rochford and Southend East, said the Speaker had “overstepped the mark” with his latest outburst.
He said: “He has overstepped the mark a number of times but this most recent incident – where he used the Speaker's chair to pronounce his views on an international situation in some quite detailed and lengthy manner is wholly inappropriate.
“It means that he can no longer reasonably chair, as Speaker, any debate on those subjects."
"This has been happening more and more often from this modernising Speaker,” he said.
The motion was tabled as the Commons rose for the February recess.
Mr Duddridge claims he has support for the move which could see the Speaker forced out before MPs return to Westminster.
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