Speaking on The One Show, the Labour Party leader made a shocking revelation about his politicians as he sat on the sofa in the lead up the June 8 General Election.
Jeremy Corbyn was asked by host Ore Oduba about his time referring with youngsters while on the show.
Oduba said: “We know that you have been refereeing some under 10’s recently, the question is, who is easy to keep control of, 10-year-olds or the parliamentary Labour Party?”
Jeremy Corbyn claimed 10-year-olds were easier to control than the Labour Party
Mr Corbyn joked that 10-year-olds were easy to control as the audience laughed at his response.
Host Alex Jones added that Mr Corbyn responded: “Without a hesitation”.
A number of MPs quit Mr Corbyn’s front bench following his leadership success in 2016.
The Labour leader appeared on the sofa just hours after a car-crash interview on Radio Four’s Woman's’ Hour.
Who is easy to keep control of, 10-year-olds or the parliamentary Labour Party?
Mr Corbyn failed to outline how much his childcare policy would cost and was filmed attempting to reach for his iPad as he struggled to reveal the figures.
The 68-year-old Labour politician has pledged to provide 30 hours of free childcare for all children aged two to four as one of his key policies.
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Mr Corbyn’s slot on The One Show comes after the Prime Minister appeared on the BBC show earlier this month.
The Labour leader went on the show without his wife, 48-year-old Laura Alvarez, after previously saying his family was “completely out of bounds” during the campaign.
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Mrs May received criticism over aspects of her home life which were revealed during the interview.
She said there were “boy jobs and girl jobs” in their household, which some voters branded sexist.
When asked at the beginning of the show if Mr Corbyn had that same viewpoint as the Prime Minister, he simply shook his head.
Also during the show, Mr Corbyn admitted that he did not set out to be Prime Minister, but was “honoured” to lead the party.