Though he's confident he can totally play Trump, the North Korean dictator did admit Trump could surprise him by being merely played.
The summit with Trump is the culmination of months of posturing and negotiating between top U.S. and North Korean officials and comes less than two weeks after Trump reversed his decision to scrap plans for the meeting, which is set to take place in Singapore.
Later, Hunstman said that sometimes on live TV, she doesn't say things perfectly.
Appearing on Fox & Friends Sunday to discuss President Donald Trump's upcoming Singapore summit with North Korean dictator Jim Jong Un, Mooch got interrupted by program host Abby Huntsman when footage of de-planing Trump appeared on screen. "[Trump] is a disruptive risk-taker, he's willing to break the usual bonds. because he knows that if he goes to a meeting like this, he increases the chance of peace and prosperity".
She wrote: 'Apologized on the show.
Another twitter user calling themselves Alt Fed Employee wrote: 'Nothing to see here, Fox & Friends just casually calling Trump a dictator now'.
Huntsman also tweeted an apology afterwards, saying she had made an honest mistake.
Later in the segment, Huntsman apologized for the apparent mistake.
Trump will be the third foreign leader that Kim has met with since taking power in 2011. As the video feed featured Trump exiting Air Force One, Huntsman stated that Trump's meeting with Kim on Tuesday is "history".