In 2016 Rodman also revealed that he is a Donald Trump supporter, so it should surprise no one that the former National Basketball Association champion turned up at the Singapore summit where Kim and the US President have been trying to come to an agreement over the denuclearisation of the Asian peninsula. After years of building a friendship with Kim through multiple visits to Pyongyang and their shared love of basketball, Rodman suggested that he played a supporting role in laying the groundwork that ultimately led to the summit by bringing "awareness" to North Korea. "I look at him as more like a person that really wants to try to blend in with the world", he told host Michael Strahan.
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Added Rodman: "I'm not a politician".
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"Obama didn't give me the time of day", Rodman said.
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Rodman began to tear up recalling the death threats he had received because of his visits, saying his intentions had been good and misunderstood - to promote peace, dialogue and sports in North Korea. Why do I feel like I just ran a marathon backwards? But that did not deter me... I still kept going back, I showed my loyalty to this country, and I said to everybody the door will open.
"I knew it. I was the only one". But I kept my head high, brother.
"I just felt like I fell in love with the country from day one", Rodman said. I never had no one to hear me. But I took those bullets, I took all that.
Dennis described the meeting - which resulted in Kim Jong-un committing to the complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula - as a "beautiful" and 'exciting day for Singapore and people around the world'.