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

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"Did Abby Huntsman just say "THE MEETING BETWEEN TWO DICTATORS"..." We're going to have a great discussion and will be tremendously successful. After greeting each other, the two leaders planned to sit for a one on one meeting that a US official said could last up to two hours, with only translators joining them.

A peace treaty ending the Korean War, complete denuclearisation of North Korea or will it be just an elaborate get-to-know-you session?

A Fox News anchor accidentally referred to Donald Trump as a "dictator" on Sunday.

Trump earlier defended his decision to meet with Kim, tweeting that North Korea has already released three detainees and that missile tests have halted. "We have the framework for getting ready to denuclearize", Trump said.

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As the leaders sat down, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted photos showing the USA and North Korean delegations meeting in a separate room where they watched a video feed showing Kim and Trump together. Both men walked to Trump's bullet-proof limousine, nicknamed "The Beast", and looked in at the rear seat, with Trump apparently showing Kim something inside. It is the first time a sitting United States president has met a leader of North Korea. The president was joined by a translator and his chief of staff John Kelly along with Secretary Mike Pompeo and National Security Adviser John Bolton.

The moment happened on Sunday's edition of the Fox News program, when host Abby Huntsman was narrating a live picture of Trump deplaning at an air base in Singapore, which is hosting the summit. He told reporters he thinks he will know nearly immediately whether a deal can be made, saying: "I will know, just my touch, my feel".

Sanctions on North Korea would remain in place until that happened, Pompeo said.

One of the world's most reclusive leaders, Kim visited Singapore's waterfront on Monday, smiling and waving to onlookers, adding to a more affable image that has emerged since his April summit with South Korean leader Moon Jae-in.

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