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Emotional Dennis Rodman breaks down over Trump and Kim summit

Melinda Barton | 12 June, 2018, 17:00

Dennis Rodman at Changi Airport.

Former NBA star Dennis Rodman has arrived in Singapore, hours before President Donald Trump is set to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for the first time.

Whilst Potcoin pursue world peace, let's hope that politically, this summit is the start of a reduction in tensions between the U.S. and North Korea.

He said he expects the citizens of the Hermit Kingdom to see him as a "trustworthy individual" when he returns.

Rodman - a close friend of the supreme leader of the North Korea - ended up weeping during a TV interview on CNN. I kept my head up high, brother.

"(Kim) is trying to change his people and his culture for a little bit, and I think Donald Trump did a great job at keeping his composure and understand that Kim Jong Un wants to have trust in America", Rodman told reporters on Tuesday.

Watch the full, wild interview, in two parts below, in which Rodman describes Kim as "a big kid" who "loves to have a good time". In fact, Kim has become a huge fan of Dennis, and he's become one of the only Americans welcome in Korea.

Emblazoned in peace-themed PotCoin.com apparel - the weird corporate sponsor of Rodman's visit for the impending North Korea-US talks - the five-times National Basketball Association champion touched down in Singapore round midnight on Monday, telling reporters he was here "to see what's going on", and hoping "that things turn out to be well for everyone in the world". "I don't need to worry about the war stuff, I don't know anything about that". I never started it for no money. I'm here to see it. Everybody came at me and I am still standing. Today is a great day for everybody, Singapore, Tokyo, China, everybody ... it's a great day. Naturally, CNN chose to prop up Rodman for television and it was a gargantuan sh*t show. Seriously? What's next? A puppet show followed by Gary Busey cosplaying as Klinger from M*A*S*H?

"Yes, Donald Trump reached out", Rodman said, telling Cuomo he had received a call from a person he described as Mr Trump's secretary.

"I just hope that this is not a gimmick. This is all such a sh*t show", one user tweeted.

This trip, like the last one, is sponsored by potcoin.com, the crypto-currency provider for the legal marijuana industry, Rodman said on Twitter.

"This guy wants to be around the world, he wants to come to America, he wants to enjoy his life, he wants his people to enjoy this life", Rodman said, adding that Mr Kim is "not a dumb man".