Dennis Rodman Cries Profusely On CNN As He Unveils How Obama Rejected His North Korea Deal & Trump Accepted Him Wholeheartedly

Dennis Rodman Cries Profusely On CNN As He Unveils How Obama Rejected His North Korea Deal & Trump Welcomed Him
Retired NBA legend Dennis Rodman cries profusely amid a
broadcast talk saying President Donald Trump was 'proud of him' for his part in empowering the noteworthy gathering with North Korean ruler Kim Jong-un in Singapore on Monday.

While wearing a red 'Make America Great Again' cap, Rodman wound up enthusiastic amid a meeting with CNN.
In my heart and soul, when I first went to North Korea, I was very honored to be selected to go there,' Rodman told CNN.

'Once I went to North Korea I didn't really understand what the whole situation was as far as being over there.

'When I met Kim Jong-un, I didn't know what to expect...but once I got to know the culture over there I felt at home.'

In the bizarre interview, Rodman lashed out at former President Barack Obama.

'It's a great day. I am here to see it. I'm so happy,' the former star power forward said.

'And Obama did not give me the time of day.'

The former basketball star was referring to his efforts to act as a mediator between Kim and the Obama administration, which rebuffed him.
Rodman began crying when he said that he received death threats for meeting Kim in North Korea.

'I had to hide out, I couldn't even go home,' Rodman said.

'I took all those bullets. Everyone came at me and I'm still standing.'
Rodman said people ridiculed him when he met with Kim and predicted that he would be an effective peacemaker.

He said that he initially thought he was going to North Korea to play a charity basketball game, but then realized it was 'so much more'.

'I fell in love with the country,' Rodman said.

'The people of North Korea have a heart, have soul, charisma, and they love each other.'
Rodman said he was able to build a relationship with Kim after the Hall of Fame NBA player kept a promise to bring a professional basketball team to Pyongyang in an exhibition game for the country's ruler.

He said Kim was 'not a dumb man' and that he wanted to travel the world and visit the United States.

'This guy wants to be around the world,' he said.

'He wants to come to America and enjoy his life. He wants his people to enjoy his life.'
Rodman, who knows both Kim and Trump, said he was hopeful the summit would lead to a new era of peace between the two countries.

'We have really put ourselves on the line to reach out to North Korea and they have been so gracious to me, my family and the United States. So let's make this happen. If Trump can pull this off, more power to him,' Rodman said on CNN.

Kim understands 'bits and pieces of English,' according to Rodman, who described the North Korean ruler as 'more like a big kid even though he is small.'

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