Forget what Robert De Niro had to say about him - Trump is more likely to be grievously offended by Fox News's slip of the tongue.
The network has been (far too) kind to the US president ever since he was elected, but it's unlikely that he'll take kindly to them calling him a dictator.
They made the embarrassing slip-up (some would call it Freudian) on their Fox & Friends show as they showed footage of Trump landing in Singapore to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un - with host Abby Huntsman saying "... regardless of what happens in that meeting between the two dictators...."
Needless to say, people were loving it:
Fox & Friends accidentally said this about the Singapore summit: "regardless of what happens in that meeting between the two dictators."
This gaffe is probably the most honest thing ever said in the program's history. pic.twitter.com/eooBanu9b2
— Adam Best (@adamcbest) June 10, 2018
Wow finally Faux No News got it right! Too funny
— Desert Gal (@RealDesertRat) June 10, 2018
”There are no mistakes.” ~Freud pic.twitter.com/4CRmjByBxB
— I Wear Purple & Conjure Midnight Margaritas (@Lonestarindie) June 10, 2018
@FoxNews Weird, I never thought I'd hear FOXNEWSERTAINMENT actually speak the truth.
— David Becker (@DavidCBeckerTX) June 10, 2018
— Jaime Lopez (@Lopeezie) June 10, 2018
She said it... and no one corrected it.
— Heather Cox Richardson (TDPR) (@HC_Richardson) June 10, 2018
Fox News has apologized for revealing Trump’s new title before its official release date.
— ðŸŒŠ Cyndia BLUE "Unstable Genius" (@malinablue) June 11, 2018
"Dictator isn't an insult. Dictators are powerful." - Fox, tomorrow, probably.
— George Peterson âÂ?„ï¸Â? (@petersongeorged) June 10, 2018
Huntsman later apologised for the mistake saying "on live TV sometimes you don’t always say things perfectly", and added that she "did not mean to say that".