Dennis Rodman’s Emotional Interview Talks About How Obama Blew Him Off And The Death Threats He’s Received
Rodman is beside himself with joy. In an emotional interview on CNN, the famed sports hero tells the truth about the Obama administration. Rodman has been an outspoken supporter of U.S. talks with North Korea and says he tried to get Obama to do the right thing but was brushed off.
In response to his efforts of peace, Rodman says he received death threats that prevented his return home. Overcome with joy at the Kim-Trump summit he can be seen wearing a ‘Make America Great Again’ hat. In full support of the one president who would bother to entertain the idea of peace. Trump!
As Reported By The Hill:
Rodman’s interview took place moments after Trump and Kim shook hands to begin the summit. The two men posed for photos before proceeding to a one-on-one meeting, joined only by their translators.
“I feel really great,” Trump said. “It’s going to be a great discussion and, I think, tremendous success.”
The two leaders were joined later by officials from their respective administrations. The meeting was expected to last a few hours in total, with Trump and Kim both departing Singapore Tuesday night local time.
The U.S. has been pushing for the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, though in recent days Trump has indicated he views the summit as a way to start a dialogue with Kim.
Rodman said Kim understands “bits and pieces of English,” and described as “more like a big kid even though he is small.”
He added that he did not wish to get into the politics of Kim’s human rights record. The North Korean leader is accused of having family members murdered and starving his people.
Rodman became particularly emotional as he recalled returning home from his from first trip to North Korea. He said he was chastised for making the trip.