‘I took bullets’: Weepy Dennis Rodman claims credit for Trump-Kim summit

‘I took bullets’: Weepy Dennis Rodman claims credit for Trump-Kim summit

‘I took bullets’: Weepy Dennis Rodman claims credit for Trump-Kim summit

"Kim Jong Un is not a dumb man", Rodman, one of the only Americans to have built a relationship with Kim, stressed.

United States and the DPRK commit to recovering POW/MIA remains, including the immediate repatriation of those already identified.

Although Potcoin is a Canadian company, their interest in politics expands beyond Canadian borders, with founder Shawn Perez saying, "the PotCoin team as a community has been incredibly supportive of Rodman's peace mission from the beginning".

It seems for Rodman, who has praised Trump for agreeing to meet with Kim, the summit was a redeeming moment.

Rodman said Kim Jong Un was "all about the 21st century and was trying to progress North Korea".

Kim's efforts to make the summit happen showed that he is honest in pursuing peace, according to Rodman. In the era of peak post-truth, Rodman, Trump, & Kim raised the proverbial violins aboard a sinking ship of falsehoods and lies. I want to see it go away. I couldn't even go home.

"I'm thanking Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam and everybody who supported me through all these things". If you can move some things and do some things my ears will be open.

"I just wanna bring sports to North Korea", Rodman said. "I just fell in love with the country". That didn't deter me. "I said to everybody, the door will open".

"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, while wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat, also said he got so many death threats upon his return after one of his meetings with Kim that he was forced to go into hiding. So many death threats.

Back in the Obama era, however, Trump had described his reaction to Rodman's North Korea diplomacy more along Obama lines, tweeting: "Dennis Rodman was either drunk or on drugs (delusional) when he said I wanted to go to North Korea with him".

"Once I got familiar with the culture and situation, I felt like I was at home", he said. "But I kept my head up high, brother", he continued.

He added: "Just meeting the regime, meeting Kim Jong-un and the marshalls, I just fell in love with the country from day one". "I've never seen that side of North Korea".

"I took those bullets, I took all that, I took everything that everyone came at me and I'm still standing".

He said Kim always treated him as a friend.

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