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13 January 2018, 04:48 | Glen Norman
"Can I have some of the queen's waters?" He said, "I deeply regret it and I'm sorry".
The story does not say how the audio and video were obtained.
While a staffer is pouring some bottled water into a glass, Matthews asks "Where's my Bill Cosby pill?" before cracking up at his reference to a comedian accused of drugging and sexually assaulting over 50 women. Precious waters?' asks Matthews at the top of the tape, putting on a posh accent as he is handed a bottle of water that had been set aisde for Clinton.
"This was a bad comment I made in poor taste during the height of the Bill Cosby headlines", Matthews said. "Quit. Now", tweeted Tim Hogan, a former Clinton campaign spokesperson.
A fast-talking political junkie, Matthews has served as the host of "Hardball", a fixture on MSNBC's programming lineup, since 1997.
The website also listed some of Matthews' controversial remarks about Clinton, some of which were made on air. In 2008, he apologized for saying she only became a US senator and presidential candidate because "her husband messed around".
Matthews has always been known to have a combative relationship with former candidate Clinton.
"Is she hemmed in by the fact that she's a woman and can't admit a mistake", he said in 2006, "or else the Republicans will say, 'Oh, that's a woman's prerogative to change her mind, ' or 'another fickle woman?' Is her gender a problem in her ability to change her mind?" She didn't win there on her merit'.
Nigel Farage's judgement is shot to pieces, UKIP AM says
The former Ukip leader went on to predict that the Leave campaign would win by a greater margin if the vote were to be held again. Britain voted 52-48 percent in June 2016 to leave the European Union , after a campaign in which Farage was a key player.