Watch a Fox News anchor apologize for calling Trump a dictator

Watch a Fox News anchor apologize for calling Trump a dictator

According to the US media reports, earlier on Sunday, Huntsman discussed on-air the upcoming US-North Korean summit in Singapore with show guest, financier and disgraced former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, calling Trump and Kim "the two dictators". "I didn't mean to say that, my mistake, I apologize for that".

"We are hopeful this summit will have set the conditions for future productive talks", Pompeo said.

Earlier in the day, the two leaders arrived at the hotel along with their respective motorcades. "We will be tremendously successful", Trump said before their private session. In the hours before the summit began, Trump expressed optimism about prospects for the first-ever meeting of sitting US and North Korean leaders, while Pompeo injected a note of caution whether Kim would prove to be honest about his willingness to denuclearise.

Before flying home, Trump planned to speak to reporters in Singapore after concluding the summit, the White House said.

The two then sat down with their broader national security delegations for a second meeting.

Her father is now serving as U.S. Ambassador to Russian Federation. Kim was heard telling Trump through a translator: "I think the entire world is watching this moment".

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"I believe we're going to have a terrific success or a modified success", Trump said during a press conference last week with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Mr. Trump appeared optimistic about Kim's intentions to hold up his end of the agreement signed in Singapore, saying the dictator "really wants to do something I think terrific for their country".

Another individual wrote: "When Freudian slip is intentional and all pretence of subtlety is openly mocked as diplomacy".

Critics of the summit leapt at the leaders' handshake and the moonlight stroll mr Kim took on Monday night along the glittering Singapore waterfront, saying it was further evidence that Mr Trump was helping legitimise Mr Kim on the world stage as an equal of the United States president.

Light on specifics, the Singapore accord largely amounts to an agreement to continue discussions, echoing previous public statements and commitments. The document also made no mention of the global sanctions that have crippled North Korea's economy, for pursuing its nuclear weapons program.

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