While it's probably advisable just to let Mr Johnson self-destruct at this point, the politician penned an article inThe Timeson Monday, in which he encouraged Mr Johnson to take part in a televised Sky News debate:
Don't be a coward Boris, man up and show the nation you can cope with the intense scrutiny the most difficult job in the country will involve.
Given Mr Hunt’s less than sparkling record as health secretary, he should perhaps bear in mind that well-trodden idiom concerning stones and glasshouses.
Luckily, palliative care doctor and bestselling author Rachel Clarke was on hand to remind him about his happy days in charge of the NHS.
While I’m delighted @Jeremy_Hunt is taking @BorisJohnson to task, not once during the junior doctor dispute did he… https://t.co/FzO54yctL3
Previously the Conservative leadership hopeful claimed it would be "morally bankrupt" to stop selling arms to the Saudi coalition forces, which the UN has accused of targeting civilians and has killed dozens of civiliansat a time using British-made equipment.
Earlier this month, Mr Hunt pleaded with broadcasters to make more of an effort not to confuse his surname with the rhyming insult popular in Scotland and Australia.