The Sky News host mocked the party, asking Sarah Olney whether the Lib Dems would need to collaborate with other parties ahead of June’s General Election.
But the MP for Richmond Park stood her ground, claiming the Lib Dems had a “very clear agenda” that was “distinct” from other parties.
Speaking on Sky News, Ms Olney said the party would fight the election in its own right.
“We’re very clear we’ve got our own very clear agenda that we have been distinctive on and we have been distinct from the other parties on,” she said.
Kay Burley poked fun at the Lib Dems saying they could hold AGMs in a minibus
At the moment you can have your annual general meetings in a minibus
“We will be fighting this election as Liberal Democrats and I don’t see that changing.
“What I’m very clear about is that the Liberal Democrats are currently the main opposition to the Conservative Government."
But Burley didn’t stop there as she made a jibe at the difference the Lib Dems could make.
She said: “What does that actually mean as far as the Liberal Democrats are concerned, at the moment you can have your annual general meetings in a minibus can’t you? You’re not going to make much difference.”
Politicians react to Theresa May's snap general election Wed, April 19, 2017
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has announced her intention to hold an early general election on June 8
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Theresa May has called for a snap general election
Lib Dem leader Tim Farron has welcomed Theresa May’s call for a general election on June 8, believing his party has a shot at victory.
Reacting to Theresa May's election announcement he said: “If you want to avoid a disastrous hard Brexit. If you want to keep Britain in the single market. If you want a Britain that is open, tolerant and united, this is your chance.”