The former Labour MP fired into the Democrat Party over its members' hypocrisy towards President Donald Trump.
Speaking on talkRADIO the presenter exploded speaking about the way the Democrat Party has behaved since the billionaire took over from Barack Obama.
The 62-year-old host fired into the former United States secretary of state John Kerry, blasting him for taking part in anti-Trump rallies.
He said: “John Kerry! The Secretary of State in an administration which has sown murder and mayhem across the world.
George Galloway fumed at John Kerry for the mistakes they made when they were in power
“The Secretary of State in an administration which promised to shut Guantanamo, but instead expanded it.”
Women’s marches against the US President took part in several countries – and the furious host skewered Mr Kerry for taking part in one the day after Mr Trump’s inauguration.
Next, the enraged host began to list mistakes the Obama administration made when the Democrat Party was in power.
He said: “John Kerry, that was driving the world to war in Syria, arming and supporting Saudi Arabia, massacring people in famine-striken Yemen.
Trump was criticised after he banned people from seven majority-muslim countries from the US
John Kerry, on a women's demonstration against Donald Trump? Please!
“John Kerry, on a women's demonstration against Donald Trump? Please!”
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Galloway slammed the criticism the US President has received taking office, despite mistakes made by the Democrat Party.
The host shredded Barack Obama for allowing his drone programme to dramatically expand in international counter-terrorism operations.
The US President was also criticised for his controversial policy to ban people from entering the US from seven Muslim-majority countries, despite Mr Obama issuing a ban on visas from Iraq refugees for six months in 2011.
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