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He also described how he apologised to the Queen after revealing details of one of their private conversations.
"I’d be very sad if I’d made Liz Truss sad in any way because she is my favourite politician," he joked.
The comedian joked the present was something he knew the BBC presenter "would love".
The comedian took aim at the government and the Tory party's potential new leader on the BBC's new Sunday politics show.
“What a tremendous privilege to take on what, for me, is the most extraordinary job in British broadcasting and journalism."
The corporation's outgoing political editor said it was a "real thrill" to take on the high-profile role.
The journalist was the first woman to hold the role after she was appointed in 2015.
The culture secretary claimed she "did not rebuke" Kuenssberg in her now-deleted message.
Health secretary suggests he will only respond to issues the government decides “really matter”.