It’s the kind of moment that will linger in the minds of generations of listeners, a rare and powerful moment where a star in his right mind will admit his error and apologize for his behaviour.

But, as the story unfolds in the film, the realisation that what he said was wrong has the potential to make the viewer cringe.

“You know I think the film will be more of a message than a statement,” says Williams, a former U.S. ambassador to China and an adviser to President Donald Trump.

“It’s not about being right.

It’s about saying, ‘It’s my mistake, I’m sorry.’

That’s why it’s so powerful.”‘

I’m the president, and I’m in charge’In one of the film’s most famous scenes, a senior adviser to Trump, who is speaking at a private gathering of the president’s foreign policy team, apologises to the audience for his words and vows to do better in the future.

“I’m so sorry, I know it’s hard, I think it’s really hard,” the adviser says, admitting that he had made a “mistake” in expressing his concerns to the president about the U.N. Security Council’s condemnation of North Korea last year.

“I didn’t mean to offend him and he apologized.

The video of the apology is shown to the assembled advisers and the president in his office, where he is sitting on a couch, flanked by his daughter Ivanka Trump, his son-in-law Jared Kushner and his son Donald Trump Jr.”

But I do think that I should have been more precise, I should not have made it so personal.”

The video of the apology is shown to the assembled advisers and the president in his office, where he is sitting on a couch, flanked by his daughter Ivanka Trump, his son-in-law Jared Kushner and his son Donald Trump Jr.

The apology was a rare display of contrition from the president after an incident that shocked the world last year when he appeared to say he had ordered Kim Jong Un to fire a missile over Japan to mark the 105th anniversary of the birth of the Korean War’s founder, Kim Il Sung.

But it also comes as Trump and his administration are under pressure to address rising tensions in the South China Sea, where Beijing has built artificial islands and military bases, and to take a harder line with North Korea.

“In terms of our national security, this is not just a diplomatic issue, it’s a national security issue,” White House press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters on Tuesday.

“The president wants to make sure that China does not try and undermine the U,S.-South Korea alliance, and that we’re working with Japan to have a strong relationship with them and with South Korea.”

“The president said, ‘We can’t let our relationship with China become weaker,’ and I think that’s why he’s looking for a more forceful approach to dealing with the North Korean threat.”

In an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Spicer also acknowledged that Trump was “not the best strategist” in his dealings with Kim Jong-un.

“The North Korean regime has a history of saying, you know, they don’t have a strategy, they’re just going to have to continue with their behavior,” he said.

“He said, we’re going to do what we do best, we’ve got to go with the facts.

We’re not going to go around, we can’t do this.”

Spicer also dismissed calls for a new strategy with North Korean leader Kim Jong Nam.

“Look, he’s not a leader.

He’s not capable of doing that,” he added.

The film’s director, Michael Moore, has called the apology “an astonishing moment of moral clarity.”

“It shows how this country has been reduced to a pit of self-loathing,” he told ABC News in a statement.

“It shows the moral bankruptcy of the human race.

It also shows that we are, at last, in a position to do something about it.”

The president’s apology was the first time in nearly 20 years that a sitting president has made an official public apology for something he did in private.

In the documentary, which will be screened at the Sundance Film Festival on Wednesday, the advisers will tell their story of how they were targeted and manipulated by Trump’s aides, and how the president has moved on from that experience.

“They were afraid of him.

They were afraid that they were going to be fired,” said former White House adviser Sebastian Gorka, who co-wrote the film with WilliamSands.

“So they started to think about what the consequences would be if they said anything that might hurt him.”

The advisers will also discuss Trump’s failure to stop North Korea from developing nuclear weapons, and the fallout from the U .

S.-led sanctions.

The Trump administration has been hit by a series of scandals since he took office, and has been criticized for his response to the attacks on the U 2.

The first scandal was Trump’s response to an assault on the White House by a group of white supremacists protesting against