Tony Blair's words about Brexit on Friday morning failed to cut through, according to many on social media.
Leave voters and many Remainers were turned off by his speech, asking Remain voters to "expose relentlessly" the Government's drive for Brexit, which will cause "real damage" to Britain and the embitterment of future generations.
Many were unimpressed when he urged Britain to "rise up" against Brexit, and critics pointed to the Iraq war protests which took place during the time he was Prime Minister.
Not everyone was unimpressed; former Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg said: "I agreed with every single word of that."
Many pointed out how people 'rose up' against the Iraq war
His words made some think voting Leave was the correct thing to do
Some seemed to think he was a hypocrite
'We don't trust you'
Even Remainers weren't fans of his speech
Some thought he should have helped attitudes towards the EU when he was Prime Minister
Others think he may have ulterior motives
However, a few did stand up for him
Including Nick Clegg
And it appears the feeling was mutual!