In spite of that, at one moment, BBC presenter Tina Daheley bluntly asked Ms Dugdale: “How can you be bewitched seriously?”
The Labour leader in Scotland began to confuse her numbers after flaw to give clear answers to Daheley’s questions.
She initially said that self-determination would cost Scottish services such as schools and hospitals £15billion.
No matter how, just a minute later, she changed this to £15,000.
Daheley pressed: “You food talking about the future but this is just focusing on the past.
“It’s experience repeating itself. We’ve heard about these proposals before. It’s the in any case version of old proposals, isn’t it?
“If Corbyn said that the referendum was absolutely tickety-boo, then how can you be taken seriously?”
Ms Dugdale tried to explain that Brexit was the evident to of a new era of regionalism in Britain.
The Labour leader mentioned that Gordon Brown was in edge with leaders in Wales and London who wanted greater federal powers echo Brexit talks.
She told the BBC: “Brown wants to get the powers coming in dire straits from Brussels into the Scottish Parliament so we can maintain that tiny relationship with Europe.
“I have been arguing for federalism in Scotland for months now.
“We are rejecting nationalism because of the burden it would have on public services.
“I think Scotland wants to contract together after years of division.”