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‘I took bullets’: Weepy Dennis Rodman claims credit for Trump-Kim summit

12 June 2018

Just like Kanye was big mad that he didn't get a meeting with Obama, Rodman shed MAGA tears that Obama wouldn't meet with him over his North Korean BFF.

Rodman, who has struck up an unlikely friendship with the basketball-loving North Korean leader, arrived in the city-state about nine hours before the summit - an attempt to negotiate an end to a decades-old nuclear stand-off.

Potcoin also sponsored Rodman's June 2017 visit to North Korea as well, so this latest sponsored trip is part of an ongoing relationship with Dennis Rodman and his efforts to reach out to Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un. I think that if President Trump goes in there with a great heart, with his heart on the table and let Kim Jong-un see him really emotional ... it ain't got to be about war, it ain't got to be about hatred or what happened in the past.

"Today's a great day for everybody, Singapore, Tokyo, China, everything". I'm here to see it. "I was sitting up protecting everything", said Rodman.

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman openly cried on television in a freakish meltdown over the US-North Korea summit.

Asked to describe Kim, Rodman said, "This guy wants to be around the world, he wants to come to America, he wants to enjoy his life, he wants his people to enjoy this life", said Rodman, adding that Kim is "not a dumb man".

Instead, Rodman says he'll continue to play the role he's played for the last five years, which is trying to "keep peace with sports".

"I'm out of it".

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In the interview, Rodman bawls while telling CNN host Chris Cuomo about the death threats he received when he first came back from meeting with Kim Jong-un in 2013.

He expressed hope that Mr Trump and Mr Kim would be able to make progress.

"I'm thanking Chuck Daly". I kept my head up high, brother. "I still kept going back". "I don't need to worry about the war stuff, I don't know anything about that". "And Obama did not give me the time of day", he said.

This is the most recent chapter in Rodman's book of "basketball diplomacy".

Despite the overall approval of direct talks between the two countries, the public was skeptical about whether North Korea's leadership is serious about addressing concerns about its nuclear program Around half of USA adults (49%) said North Korean leaders are not serious about addressing these concerns, while 38% thought North Korea's leaders are serious. "I said to everybody, the door will open".

While Rodman won't be part of the official summit, his presence on the sidelines looks to cap off a freaky personal success story of sorts. For those of you who don't know, Dennis has formed quite a strong relationship with Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump.

If what Rodman says is true, it represents a marked turnaround from 2014, when Trump, who had yet to be elected president, described Rodman as "either drunk or on drugs (delusional)" in response to the basketball star's suggestion the two might travel to North Korea together.

‘I took bullets’: Weepy Dennis Rodman claims credit for Trump-Kim summit