Although her guests did not catch her gaffe instantly, Huntsman was called out on social media after the footage was released on Sunday.
"I feel that Kim Jong Un wants to do something great for his people, and he has that opportunity". Did Abby Huntsman just say "THE MEETING BETWEEN TWO DICTATORS" referring to pres Trump and Kim Jun Un'.
"This is history, we are living history", Ms Huntsman said.
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"He's a disruptive risk taker", Scaramucci said.
"He's willing to break the usual bonds of what would be not going to a meeting like this, because he knows that if he goes to a meeting like this, he increases the chance of peace and global prosperity. My mistake, so I apologise for that". As the video feed featured Trump exiting Air Force One, Huntsman stated that Trump's meeting with Kim on Tuesday is "history".
Trump will be the third foreign leader that Kim has met with since taking power in 2011.
On Fox News this morning, Fox & Friends co-host Abby Huntsman had a bit of slip in discussing the U.S.
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The negotiators included agree-to-disagree language on climate change and on an global commitment to reduce plastics in the world. G7 includes the seven leading industrialized countries of Britain, the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and Canada.
She apologised for the comment later in the show.
But Twitter, unlike Scaramucci, glommed on to her line and hung on for hours to the trending topic.
"When this thing is said and done, both walk away with the perception that they can agree that there is mutual benefit in getting rid of the nuclear weapon, perhaps economic and security benefit, and that China buys into it", he added.
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Lane, who won for best featured actor in a play, said "Angels" still speaks to society in the midst of "political insanity". For Ari'el Stachel, starring in the musical " The Band's Visit " was part of a coming out journey of sorts.