VIDEO: CNN’S WORST NIGHTMARE…Dennis Rodman BLASTS Obama, PRAISES Trump, While Wearing “Make America Great Again” Hat
If you would have looked anyone in the eyes ten years ago and told them that a voice of reason on foreign diplomacy would be Dennis Rodman they would have wanted to put you away.
It’s not something that many people would have been making solid points to bet their house on the outcome of.
The world’s eyes have been glued on the recent agreement between President Trump and Kim Jong Un.
During the televised interview on Tuesday with President Trump and Kim in Singapore, Dennis Rodman, the former NBA star and longtime friend of Kim Jong Un, started crying. The former basketball player was so moved by the meeting he couldn’t hold back the tears.
President Trump and Kim Jong Un just made history in Singapore as they signed a “comprehensive document.”
In this document the North Korean leader has agreed to complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula during the summit in Singapore.
Trump is grateful and even thanked Kim Jong Un for taking a bold step towards a new chapter between the United States and North Korea.
Reported by 100percentfedup: In an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo that quickly became emotionally charged, Rodman, wearing a red “Make America Great Again” hat, blasted former President Barack Obama for not taking the North Korean leader seriously.
Five years ago, Rodman said, Kim told Rodman “certain things” to relay to Obama concerning potential negotiations, but the former president “didn’t even give me the time of day — he just brushed me off, but that didn’t deter me.”
Meanwhile, another black, well-known, former NBA athlete, Dennis Rodman was seen sporting a “Make America Great Again” hat during his interview with Chris Cuomo on the anti-Trump network.
Watch Chris Cuomo, as he’s forced to interview Dennis Rodman, who has formed an unlikely friendship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un discuss how he believes that if President Trump goes into the meeting with a great heart, he can cut an historic deal with the dictator in Singapore.