Huntsman was discussing Donald Trump's arrival and his meeting with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un scheduled in Singapore. That was, perhaps, until she accidentally called him a dictator.
"Anthony, talk to us about this moment", Huntsman said.
The summit with Trump is the culmination of months of posturing and negotiating between top USA and North Korean officials and comes less than two weeks after Trump reversed his decision to scrap plans for the meeting, which is set to take place in Singapore.
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Scaramucci brushed right past Huntsman's apparent gaffe and instead offered praise for Trump's foreign policy strategy. "Regardless of what happens in that meeting between the two dictators".
I "feel really great, we're gonna have a great discussion and a terrific relationship", Trump said.
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Fox News host Abby Huntsman has apologized - again - for calling the North Korea summit a meeting of "two dictators". I'll never claim to be a flawless human being.
"I'll never claim to be a flawless human being", she wrote. "Everyone makes mistakes. We're all human".
Let's see how this meeting with the two dictators, *cough* I mean leaders goes.
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Huntsman also tweeted an apology regarding the incident.
Many described Huntsman's words as a "Freudian slip", while others claimed the network, known for its favorable coverage of Trump, had finally told "the truth".
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