LBC host Ian Collins questioned why women in London feel the need to protest against the President-elect Donald.
Thousands of women are marching from the US Embassy to Trafalgar Square on Saturday, the first full day of the Trump presidency.
This march will match a massive protest against the billionaire in Washington D.C.
Speaking on his LBC show, Collins launched into a furious tirade against the plan and said those participating were better off staying at home.
Ian Collins fumed over British women marching in London as Donald Trump becomes the US President
I actually feel slightly nauseous thinking about the march on Saturday
He fumed: "For what reason will you march? What is your specific reason to be there? I can think of very few things.
"I actually feel slightly nauseous thinking about the march on Saturday. What's the philosophical drive behind it?
"Those that are going on it, it's kind of more of a sort of a parade. It's showcasing its virtue signaling.
"I don't believe there's a philosophical core to the 'Women Against Trump March' in this country. Do yourself a favour stay in bed."
The angry rant from the LBC presenter infuriated some viewers who argued that they have a right to march while others backed the host's views.
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One commented: "What a stupid position: hate what Trump stands for so stay at home and leave the campaigning to someone else?"
"Read the detail of the march and then you can avoid making yourself look silly and patronising by telling thousands of caring women and others what they should and shouldn't do," another fumed.
However, many viewers backed the host.
One said: "Why the bl***y hell are brits protesting against Trump? It has absolutely NOTHING to do with us. It's the equivalent of the yanks protesting Brexit… simply ridiculous."
"Stay away it is NOT our business. We certainly wouldn`t be pleased if Americans held protests in New York about one of our political decisions. Leave well alone," another finished.