Dennis Rodman Thanks Eddie Vedder From Trump/Kim Jong Un Summit

Wearing sunglasses and a red "Make America Great Again" cap, the former Chicago Bulls star, who has visited North Korea in the past, talked up his own relationship with Kim and remarked on how he was rebuffed in his role as an unofficial intermediary between the U.S. and the rogue state. "When I got home, I got so many death threats". "I asked him, "I have something to say from North Korea". "I couldn't even go home, I had to hide for 30 days". I still kept going back.

"(Kim) is trying to change his people and his culture for a little bit, and I think Donald Trump did a great job at keeping his composure and understand that Kim Jong Un wants to have trust in America", Rodman told reporters on Tuesday.

"I just fell in love with [North Korea] from day one".

If peace talks go well, look for Trump returning as host of "Celebrity Apprentice" following his presidency, with Rodman and Kim Jong Un starring on the same team.

If we ever needed visual confirmation of just how freaky world diplomacy is in 2018, we now have it: in the spritely form of Dennis Rodman arriving in Singapore for the Trump-Kim summit in a marijuana cryptocurrency T-shirt. I got so many death threats while I was protecting everything.

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CNN's Chris Cuomo noted about Rodman on Monday night, "He is our best resource at this point right now for understanding the minds of the two men, especially Kim Jong Un". "He's happy you're having some type of part of this whole situation", Rodman recalled her saying. He declined to comment on whether he planned to meet Trump or Kim.

Rodman added that North Korea has been "gracious" to him as well as the U.S. I couldn't even go home. "This is not about Dennis Rodman being the greatest person in the world, bringing the countries together", said Rodman, whose trip to Singapore is being funded by Potcoin, a Marijuana cryptocurrency.

"Yes, Donald Trump reached out", he said. White House and Trump himself had earlier said that former-basketball player wasn't invited for the summit. I never had anyone to hear, see me. And, of course, Potcoin might hope to see a similar surge in their token price as they did last time they worked with Rodman in relation to North Korea. "I said to everybody, 'The door will open'".

"I thought I was doing a charity event", he said.

After wiping tears from his eyes, Rodman explained that he is continuing to advocate for peace between the two nations.

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