Former NBA player Dennis Rodman launched into an emotional speech on TV over the Trump-Kim summit, in which he made the shocking revelation that he had attempted to deliver messages from Kim Jong-un to former president Barack Obama but was rejected and not given the “time of the day”. …
“I asked him — I said I have something to say from North Korea. He just brushed me off.” …
Mr Rodman also recalled a conversation he claims to have had with Kim Jong-un when he promised him he would bring a group of NBA players to Pyongyang to play a game for his birthday.
When Mr Rodman and the team arrived in Pyongyang, he said Kim told him: “This is the first time someone kept my word to me and my country.”
The former NBA player also described the North Korean leader as “a big kid, even though he’s small, but he loves to have a good time”.
He added: “This guy wants to be around the world. He wants to come to America, he wants to enjoy his life.”
Trump is real and Obama is phoney.
hat-tip Stephen Neil