Dennis Rodman Breaks Down While Discussing North Korea Summit

Dennis Rodman heading to Singapore for Trump Kim summit

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Rodman told the news network from Singapore he had always been a supporter of North Korea, even while he was threatened for defending the country. "From Day 1. I felt like I owe it to myself and the people of the world". "But I kept my head up high, brother", he continued. Trump said that he would know within seconds of meeting Kim whether the summit would go well. "I took those bullets, I took all that".

"Today is a great day for everybody - Singapore, Tokyo, China".

Check out another clip, one in which Rodman is not crying, below. "If Trump can pull this off, more power to him". The White House did not immediately respond to questions about the call. "Trump's going to be Trump", he told the AP. "She sent her best wishes and said that Donald Trump is really proud of you. He thanks you a lot.' And that means a lot", said Rodman.

Rodman has faced ridicule and criticism for his trips to North Korea, which some USA politicians and activists view as serving only as fodder for North Korean propaganda.

"We don't need a miracle. I said to everybody, the door will open".

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"If Trump goes in there with his heart on the table ... it ain't gotta be about war ... we are moving into the future", Rodman told Cuomo. Rodman has met Kim a number of times and has also appeared on Celebrity Apprentice, Trump's former reality show, where the athlete misspelled Melania Trump's name as "Milania" and was "fired". He wants to come to America. "He wants his people to enjoy his life".

"This guy wants to be around the world", Rodman said of Kim.

The leaders are meeting on Tuesday on Sentosa Island and although it is unlikely that they will be indulging in anything more than a strong cup of coffee, PotCoin is maximizing to the full Rodman's relationship with both leaders.

Believe it or not, Dennis Rodman, 57, is very involved in politics. He had also visited North Korea twice in 2013.

Rodman explained to CNN host Chris Cuomo his relationship with Kim, and explained that former President Obama "didn't even give [him] the time of day". Trump said Warmbier "is someone who did not die in vain" and that what happened to Warmbier contributed to the summit taking place. Just in case you weren't aware that PotCoin sponsored the trip, Rodman wore their t-shirt with the url prominently displayed in the interview.

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