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Former NBA star Dennis Rodman got emotional over President Donald Trump's historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

"I got so many death threats", Rodman said, in tears. "We sat down for lunch and he said: 'If you go back to the president of the United States, I'd be willing to talk to him".

"I tried to do that to Obama, and he didn't even give me the time of day", he said. I knew things were gonna change.

Rodman couldn't get the US government to foot the bill for his trip to Singapore, in his capacity as only reality-TV star who is pals with both Trump and Kim. I am here to see it.

On his decision to travel to Singapore for the summit, Rodman said he was not in it for the money.

The next day, Rodman shared another photo, but this time it was of himself and Physical Culture and Sports Minister Kim Il Guk on Jun. 15, 2017. For those of you who don't know, Dennis has formed quite a strong relationship with Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump. "I was sitting up protecting everything", he said.

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Rodman said Kim Jong Un was "all about the 21st century and was trying to progress North Korea. I'm thanking Jeanie Bus", Rodman told Cuomo, adding, "I'm thanking Eddie Vedder, the Pearl Jam [sic], everybody that's supported me through all these things".

"Otto did not die in vain", Trump said Tuesday, crediting Warmbier with helping lead to his meeting with Kim.

Rodman first visited North Korea in 2013 when he toured the country with the Harlem Globetrotters.

"If Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump understand and have a smooth comfortable relationship, smile, laugh, joke. He really wants to go watch a basketball game". Rodman's agent later confirmed that his client thought he had spoken to the White House media chief.

The publicity stunt did not see any specific action taken, instead, Rodman simply appeared in various interviews and talks with a wealth of news outlets, wearing a Potcoin branded t-shirt, that stated 'Peace Starts in Singapore'. He appeared on Trump's television show, "Celebrity Apprentice", and has made several trips to North Korea. "I like the guy", Rodman, 57, said.

"Let's just hope for the best", said Rodman. As one of the most notable visitors in recent years to North Korea, Rodman is aware of his role as an informal diplomat but insisted he "never wanted to step on anyone's toes" during this historic moment.

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