Fox News host sorry for calling Trump, Kim 'two dictators'

Fox News host sorry for calling Trump, Kim 'two dictators'

Abby Huntsman made the comment while speaking on live to short-lived former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci.

The summit with Trump is the culmination of months of posturing and negotiating between top U.S. 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.

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

The two men are expected to share a handshake before they meet alone with a pair of interpreters for roughly 45 minutes while their entourages wait nearby.

The "Fox and Friends" presenter apologised to viewers after referring to the leaders as "two dictators" ahead of their historic meeting in Singapore Tuesday. "On live TV sometimes you don't always say things perfectly", she said. "I did not mean that my mistake, so I apologise for that." said Abby.

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

She also apologised on Twitter, writing: "Apologised on the show".

President Donald Trump has quite the record for raising eyebrows with his frequent praise of the world's most notorious dictators and strongmen, including Russian President Vladimir Putin and Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte.

A majority of people, however, were less willing to forgive and forget.

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

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