'Fox & Friends' Anchor Freudian Slips, Calls Trump a 'Dictator'

Abby Huntsman is a co-host of Fox & Friends the Fox News TV show seems to be a favourite of US President Donald Trump

Abby Hunstman, host of the Fox News morning show Fox & Friends, on Sunday said that summit between North Korea leader Kim Jong-un and U.S. President Donald Trump is a meeting between "two dictators".

Although her guests did not catch her gaffe instantly, Huntsman was called out on social media after the footage was released on Sunday.

But the daughter of US Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman later apologised on air for what she had said.

The meeting has been downplayed by Trump in recent days.

Scaramucci gave some long-winded answer about Trump being a risk taker, and either didn't notice the slip-up or just happened to be thinking the exact same thing.

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During the broadcast on Trump's preferred news network, Huntsman interviewed former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci about the summit between Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

President Trump referred to the summit as a "one-time shot" and Kim told Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong that "entire world is watching".

President Trump is a close follower of the show, and regularly tweets about it. "It's never going to be there again", Trump said on Saturday. I did not mean that, my mistake.

"I do want to point out that earlier, as you know sometimes on live TV sometimes you don't always say things perfectly".

Seemingly sensing Hunstman's slip, Scaramucci opted to brush the comment aside, opting instead to give the US president some praise. "Everyone makes mistakes. We're all human".