Speaking to Newsnight, Jeremy Corbyn gave an interview describing his plans for Britain.
He said he wanted to tackle inequality, social injustice and human rights abuses.
But when questioned on how he would do that with 80% of his own MPs having no confidence in him, Corbyn looked a little more unsteady.
Corbyn says he can run the country he could not run bath of water.# joker
-- David Ward (@nithfisherman) July 21, 2016
As usual with these things though, public opinion was all over the place.
An out of touch Corbyn gives a dreadful interview on #newsnight Labour really are at rock bottom.
-- Jim Robertson (@jimsrob) July 21, 2016
Corbyn came across very well there. Definitely would like another referendum, mind.
-- Adam Smith (@AdamSmithBro) July 21, 2016
Were people even watching the same interview?
-- (((Paul Dreczko))) (@Paul_D1963) July 21, 2016
Corbyn holds his own well on #Newsnight despite the bizzare questioning of Evan Davis.
-- Graeme Jones (@redgraeme) July 21, 2016
There was one thing we could all agree on though: when he said he wasn't malicious, it did seem a little strange.
"I don't do malice", says Corbyn, somewhat maliciously. Like when people say they are 'bonkers' as in fun, and are really not. #newsnight
-- Rachael Newberry (@newberryfruits1) July 21, 2016