Fox News Calls Trump a "Dictator" Ahead of North Korea Summit

Fox News Calls Trump a

Fox News Calls Trump a "Dictator" Ahead of North Korea Summit

With Trump riding on a fresh wave of controversy after his rather short appearance at the G7 Summit in Canada, and his following Twitter tirade against Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, it would be interesting to see how the US president would handle a face-to-face meeting with one of the most volatile leaders in the world.

Fox News host Abby Huntsman has apologized - again - for calling the North Korea summit a meeting of "two dictators".

Twitter was instantly flooded with people pointing out Huntsman's gaffe.

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Ms Huntsman later apologised on air for her error, stating: "I do want to point out that earlier, as you know sometimes on live TV sometimes you don't always say things perfectly".

Looking for news you can trust? I'll never claim to be a ideal human being. "Everyone makes mistakes. We're all human". "I did not mean that my mistake, so I apologise for that." said Abby. Trump, an avid Fox & Friends viewer, has yet to comment.

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