Dennis Rodman Thanks Eddie Vedder From Trump/Kim Jong Un Summit

Posted June 13, 2018

What did Rodman say in the interview? He has made five trips to Pyongyang since Kim took power. "And Donald Trump is going to do a great job in trying to reach out and make sure that our hands, America's, our hands are open". He can have it all. "We sat down for lunch and he said: 'If you go back to the president of the USA, I'd be willing to talk to him".

Rodman, who entered rehab for a second time earlier this year, said he was similarly dismissed by President Barack Obama after arranging for a basketball game in North Korea in 2014. During that visit, Rodman presented a copy of "The Art of the Deal", Trump's 1987 book on negotiation strategy, to a North Korean diplomat as a gift for Kim. I am glad this is happening.

"This is not about Dennis Rodman being the greatest person in the world, bringing the countries together", Rodman said.

"I don't want to see that". Rodman also goes back years with Trump and appeared on his "Celebrity Apprentice" show.

Cautious and serious, the two leaders, according to a body language expert Reuters spoke to, displayed signs of nerves, but after a handshake, they smiled and held each other by the arm. I don't need to worry about the war stuff.

He added: "Just meeting the regime, meeting Kim Jong-un and the marshalls, I just fell in love with the country from day one". "I'm so happy just to be here, man, and see the whole world get as emotional as I did", he said.

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And as Cuomo tried to squeeze in another question, Rodman unleashed the waterworks, visibly surprising the anchor. "When I went back home [from North Korea in 2014], I got so many death threats".

Rodman also said Obama didn't give him the time of day and praised Mr Trump for meeting his good friend Kim. I had to hide out for 30 days. I kept my head up high, I knew things could change. I never had anyone to hear me. "And he said, 'Hey, Dennis, I would like to ask you three things".

"Today is a great day for everybody ... Why do I feel like I just ran a marathon backwards?" another fan said.

He further stated that the controversial talks between him and Kim and now between Trump and Kim were the right thing to do.

The zany former National Basketball Association star, whose warm relationship with Kim has given him newfound fame ever since his playing days ended, was present in Singapore for the Trump-Kim summit as a goodwill ambassador. "Isn't that frightening and sad?"