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Dennis Rodman Tears Up While Discussing Trump's Meeting with Kim Jong


The historic summit between U.S. president Donald Trump and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un just on its own is a multifaceted historic event with plenty to keep the media busy.

Potcoin also sponsored Rodman's June 2017 visit to North Korea as well, so this latest sponsored trip is part of an ongoing relationship with Dennis Rodman and his efforts to reach out to Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un.

"I believe in North Korea", Rodman said.

"Obama didn't give me the time of day!" I still kept going back. "He's very happy to carry out the things I've been saying".

"I just felt like I fell in love with the country from day one", Rodman said. No one to see me.

At the 4:00 AM press conference Trump said human rights were discussed at the summit.

Rodman has previously described Kim as a "friend for life".

Rodman, who entered rehab for a second time earlier this year, said he was similarly dismissed by President Barack Obama after arranging for a basketball game in North Korea in 2014.

Rodman made the news in recent years for his unlikely friendship with the basketball-loving North Korean leader, and has made five trips to Pyongyang since Kim took power.

I just listened to Dennis Rodman speak for 10 minutes on the #TrumpKimSummit.

The NBA Hall of Famer traveled to Singapore ahead of the historic summit between Trump and Kim, though he is not expected to play a role in the meeting.

Rodman added that North Korea has been "gracious" to him as well as the U.S.

Trump left Monday's one-on-one talks touting success and the "excellent relationship" he now has with Kim. Rodman's trip was sponsored by PotCoin, a cryptocurrency company that gives marijuana businesses access to banking as an alternative to many financial institutions that will not do business with cannabis companies because marijuana is illegal under US federal law. I couldn't go home.

The White House called Rodman Monday morning. I was the only one. "I didn't know anything about North Korea". "He is trying to protect his people and trying to protect his honor and everything that has to do with his country".

The US President and North Korea's leader have finally met. "I was sitting up protecting everything", said Rodman.

Rodman said Kim, who was educated in Switzerland, "understands bits and pieces", of English.