A Fox News anchor apologised after accidentally calling Trump a 'dictator'

A Fox News anchor accidentally called Trump a dictator

US President Donald Trump in Singapore

As footage rolled of Trump landing in Singapore for a planned meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Abby Huntsman spoke of a coming "meeting between two dictators".

Former Assistant Secretary of State Robert Charles on President Trump's upcoming summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un.

Speaking with ten-day White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, Huntsman memorably captioned the moment: "This is history". Did Abby Huntsman just say "THE MEETING BETWEEN TWO DICTATORS" referring to pres Trump and Kim Jun Un'. Scaramucci didn't say anything about her word choice, instead praising Trump for being a "disruptive risk-taker".

Huntsman apologized later on the show, acknowledging her mistake.

The meeting has been downplayed by Trump in recent days.

She apologized on her show and on Twitter as critics described her as making a "Freudian slip".

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But Twitter, unlike Scaramucci, glommed on to her line and hung on for hours to the trending topic.

"I'll never claim to be a ideal human being", she wrote.

A Fox News host said sorry after calling Donald Trump a dictator live on air.

The two leaders are staying at separate hotels during the summit, with Kim opting for the St Regis and President Trump choosing the Shangri La. "Everyone makes mistakes. We're all human".

"This gaffe is probably the most honest thing ever said in the program's history", one person tweeted.

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