Dennis Rodman is a man who’s very involved in politics. The former NBA star appeared on CNN yesterday after President Donald Trump met with the North Korean leader Kim Jong UN for the very first time.
During his appearance on CNN, Dennis was wearing a Make America Great Again he opened up and addressed the criticism he got for his efforts to try and bring the US and North Korea together.
Things became awkward after he began to cry. He explained that President Obama ‘didn’t even give [him] the time of day,’ when he suggested he had a solution that would be able to fix America’s relationship with Korea.
‘I asked him; I said ‘I have something to say from North Korea,’ and he just brushed me off,” Dennis explained to the CNN host.
I just watched Dennis Rodman cry on live television about facilitating a historic meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un.
Read that sentence again.
— J.E. Skeets (@jeskeets) June 12, 2018
‘But, that didn’t deter me. I still kept going back. Kept going back. I showed my loyalty and my trustworthiness to this country. I said to everybody, ‘the door will open,” Dennis continued.
Just in case you did not know this, Dennis has formed a strong relationship with Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump.
Even if it’s hard to believe, Kim has become a huge fan of Dennis, and he’s become one of the only Americans welcome in Korea.
Dennis Rodman's crying on CNN? Seriously? What's next? A puppet show followed by Gary Busey cosplaying as Klinger from M*A*S*H?
This is all such a shit show.
— Bob Cesca (@bobcesca_go) June 12, 2018
Dennis’ fans threatened him.’When I said those damn things when I went home I got so many death threats,’ Dennis continued.
‘I knew it. I was the only one. I never had anyone to hear me. No one to see me. But I took those bullets; I took all of that. Everybody came at me, and I’m still standing. And today is a great day for everybody, Singapore, Tokyo, China, a great day,’ he continued. You can see some of the fans’ reactions above.