Rodman arrives in Singapore ahead of summit

Rodman arrives in Singapore ahead of summit

Rodman arrives in Singapore ahead of summit

The former National Basketball Association star appeared on CNN yesterday after President Donald Trump met with the North Korean leader Kim Jong UN for the very first time.

Rodman is perhaps the only person in the world who has personal relationships with both the US President - he participated on Trump's pre-presidency reality TV show, "The Celebrity Apprentice" - and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. "I asked him, "I have something to say from North Korea". He also said former President Barack Obama never gave him "the time of day" on the subject. I kept my head up high, brother.

"He's one of the best negotiators of all time and I'm looking forward to him adding to his historic success at the Singapore Summit", Rodman wrote.

Rodman's comments to reporters in Singapore on Tuesday afternoon came hours after Kim met with US President Donald Trump for their historic summit.

"I didn't have no one to see me". Asked last week if Rodman had been invited to Singapore, Trump said, "No, he wasn't". They do also seem to have a side project, which uses Rodman to promote peace, love and unity.

Rodman says he's good mates with Trump, appearing on the former reality star's show Celebrity Apprentice in 2009 (he was sacked for spelling Melania's name wrong). "I was sitting up protecting everything", he said. And I think that Trump will realize that Kim Jong Un is a great guy, inside, and put politics aside.

"I've always been an advocate of involving Dennis Rodman", Clapper noted to Cuomo. After years of building a friendship with Kim through multiple visits to Pyongyang and their shared love of basketball, Rodman suggested that he played a supporting role in laying the groundwork that ultimately led to the summit by bringing "awareness" to North Korea.

The publicity stunt did not see any specific action taken, instead, Rodman simply appeared in various interviews and talks with a wealth of news outlets, wearing a Potcoin branded t-shirt, that stated 'Peace Starts in Singapore'.

The former National Basketball Association star went on to discuss his attempts to get Obama to listen to messages that Kim reportedly gave to Rodman while he was visiting the country.

"Crazy Dennis Rodman is saying I wanted to go to North Korea with him". "He is trying to protect his people and trying to protect his honor and everything that has to do with his country". "Why do I feel like I just ran a marathon backwards?" another fan said.

That didn't deter Rodman, however, who continued to visit with the country.

Rodman went on to address purported death threats he received for his meeting with the North Korean leader.

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