Tearful Dennis Rodman says he 'took bullets' for Kim friendship

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Tearful Dennis Rodman says he 'took bullets' for Kim friendship

The sanctions will remain in force until full denuclearization, the USA president said, noting that he is "looking forward" to it.

Rodman said he previously visited North Korea to bring basketball to the country.

For years, Rodman has basically been the unofficial spokesman for the US on all things North Korea, even bringing over a basketball team to the country to get on Kim's good side.

Peskov says the meeting confirms Russian President Vladimir Putin's view that "there is no alternative to political and diplomatic means in solving the problem of the Korean Peninsula". He says there is no longer a nuclear threat from North Korea even though experts estimate that Kim's government has enough fissile material for 20 to 60 bombs.

And he accused former US President Barack Obama of "not giving me the time of day".

"I've always been an advocate of involving Dennis Rodman", Clapper noted to Cuomo. "I took all those bullets".

U.S. Senator Rob Portman of OH said on Tuesday that the day he joined Warmbier's parents to welcome their son home almost a year ago "is a constant reminder to me about the evil nature of this regime". But that didn't deter me.

Mr Rodman arrived in Singapore wearing a T-shirt promoting PotCoin, which has sponsored his travel to North Korea in the past. I am here to see it.

"I don't think he knows much about, quite frankly, anything when it comes to foreign affairs, national security, even a thing like the war games", said former CIA Director John Brennan of Trump on MSNBC's "Deadline: White House" on Tuesday.

"Crazy Dennis Rodman is saying I wanted to go to North Korea with him".

Rodman said he doesn't want to take any credit; he is just "thankful" to be where he is.

"As the leader of the free world, we urge you to do everything in your power to ensure that those who paid the ultimate price for freedom during the Korean War are finally returned home", VFW head Keith Harman wrote.

Clapper responded: "I agree, Chris.as weird as it is. this whole thing is unconventional". "I just thought I was going to play basketball and just treat the people and be happy and that was it". Last week, Trump told reporters that Rodman had not been invited to the summit, but praised him as a "nice guy" and great rebounder.

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