So it's particularly amusing that, when a TV host accidentally refers to Kim Jong-un and Trump as a pair of dictators, that TV host happens to be one from Fox News. That was, perhaps, until she accidentally called him a dictator.
While Scaramucci didn't seem to give a nod to Huntsman's accidental shade, a whole lot of people on Twitter noticed the moment.
Fox News host Abby Huntsman has apologized - again - for calling the North Korea summit a meeting of "two dictators".
Fox & Friends co-host Abby Huntsman made the comment today as TV footage showed the Republican president landing in Singapore for a summit with Kim on Tuesday.
Another person chimed in, writing, "We wouldn't be human if we were 'perfect'".
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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. My mistake, so I apologize for that", she said.
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".
Kim said the reason he can be certain he will, at a minimum, play Trump is because it has already occurred.
As noted in a Huffington Post report, however, Huntsman's slip up did not go by unnoticed.
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