Boulton described Mr Johnson’s proposals as “half-baked”, as he questioned whether anybody would “listen to him” after his idea was rejected by some of the UK’s most powerful allies.
The tirade came during an interview with the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Damian Green, who appeared on the news channel to comment after unemployment in Britain once again fell.
Adam Boulton tore into Boris Johnson for his Russian sanction failure
Is Boris Johnson now a laughing stock?
The anchor quizzed: “You say things are going relatively well on the domestic economy, what about Britain in the world?
“Is Boris Johnson now a laughing stock? I mean, who is listening to him when he comes up with half-baked proposals for sanctions on the Russians?”
The Conservative MP responded: “That’s not true, the G7 meeting yesterday actually reached an agreement…”
“Not to agree with Boris Johnson,” Boulton fired in as the Tory tried to complete his sentence.
The tirade came during an interview with Tory MP Damian Green
Mr Green continued: “The fact the G7 said that Russia has a choice, basically Russia can work with the rest of the world or it can continue to back this terrible regime.”
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He argued the G7 was sending a “clear message” as the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson meets Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov in Moscow today.
But, unconvinced, Boulton continued to shame the Foreign Minister, thundering: “But it is embarrassing is it not for the UK to put forward proposals that are basically ignored and not even mentioned by our allies?”
Mr Green said: “All G7 meetings, people will come with their ideas.
“This meeting actually reached a conclusion of unity, so the whole of the West can unite behind telling the Russians: ‘You can not continue’.”
Meanwhile, Mr Johnson won the backing of the UK Chancellor for his Russian proposal, describing it as “the right approach” to the horrific chemical weapons attack on Syrian civilians.
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European countries have been broadly supportive so far as President Trump ordered missile strikes against a Syrian airfield from which a deadly chemical weapons attack was launched
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SYRIA OPPOSES: President Bashar al-Assad's office denounced the U.S. strike as 'reckless, irresponsible behavior.'
Also speaking to Sky News on Wednesday, Philip Hammond said: “The British Government's position has been, and will remain, to lead the way on arguing for a robust approach towards Russian aggression in Syria.
"We have been doing it for years and we will go on doing it. We have to make that case and we will continue making that case.
"Sometimes some of our partners are less forward-leaning than we are but that won't stop us making the case for what we believe is the right approach to dealing with Russia."