Fox News host apologizes for calling Kim Jong Un, Trump 'two dictators'

A Fox News anchor accidentally called Trump a dictator

US President Donald Trump in Singapore

A Fox News host has accidentally referred to the highly anticipated summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as a meeting of "two dictators".

The summit with Donald Trump comes after Kim Jong-un crossed over to the southern side of the Demilitarised Zone for historic talks with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in April.

Huntsman made the remark while sat next to Trump's short-lived ex-communications director Anthony Scaramucci, who appeared unfazed by the mistake.

The slip went ether unnoticed or purposefully ignored as Scaramucci played his role in answering Huntsman's questions on the meeting that is to take place between the two leaders. "Did Abby Huntsman just say "THE MEETING BETWEEN TWO DICTATORS"..."

But catching a Freudian slip that shades Trump coming from the mouth of a Fox and Friends host?!

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"This is history", Huntsman said over video showing Trump arriving in Singapore ahead of Tuesday's meeting with Kim.

She also tweeted a second apology in the afternoon, "I'll never claim to be a flawless human being".

Then, Trump led Kim to a hotel entrance, allowing Kim to walk ahead of him into the place where the two men are scheduled to meet for almost an hour.

The anchor apologised later in the show. "I did not mean that my mistake, so I apologise for that." said Abby.

Seemingly sensing Hunstman's slip, Scaramucci opted to brush the comment aside, opting instead to give the USA president some praise.

"Now let's all move on to things that actually matter", Huntsman said in a tweet.

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