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Dennis Rodman Offers to 'Straighten Things Out' Between Trump and Kim Jong

Dennis Rodman Offers to 'Straighten Things Out' Between Trump and Kim Jong”

He told Piers and Susanna: "I basically hang out with him all the time, we laugh, we sing karaoke, we do a lot of cool things together". In addition to his own mediation, Rodman suggested that Trump attempt to talk with Kim to find common ground and avoid violent confrontation.

The ex-Chicago Bulls star was speaking while North Korea continues to perform nuclear missile tests, prompting outrage and concern worldwide for its "reckless and unsafe behaviour". He said they skied together and sung karaoke. "He obviously likes the Chicago Bulls, he asked me to come over and I said yes".

North Korea may have tested a thermonuclear device over the weekend, but the USA apparently has a secret weapon of its own - Dennis Rodman.

When asked by GMB presenters what he thought of the presidant, Rodman expressed admiration for Trump but said he could be "a little bit insane sometimes".

Rodman last visited North Korea in June and earlier trips stoked talk that he could facilitate a breakthrough between Pyongyang and Washington, although his comments on Kim have also drawn ridicule.

"If the President even tries to reach out for Kim, I think it would be a great possibility - things can happen", Rodman opined. "Not at all. I've always said that from day one", Rodman said.

"I don't love [Kim]", continued Worm.

Trump has said that "now is not the time to talk to North Korea" and that "all options remain open to defend the United States and its allies".

For someone who is known as much for his defensive and rebounding prowess as for his penchant to easily get under other players' skins, Dennis Rodman doesn't seem to be the best guy for mankind to rest its hopes on.

Speaking of the likelihood of the North Korean leader having a mutual conversation with President Donald Trump, Dennis said: "I've got to hope".



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