Dennis Rodman, two-time NBA All-Star and possibly the last man who can stop the North Korean nuclear threat, is offering President Donald Trump his diplomatic services to ease tensions.
During a Wednesday interview with “Good Morning Britain,” Rodman expressed his concern with Trump’s personality interfering with solutions between Washington and Pyongyang.
“Donald can be a little crazy sometimes,” said the former Celebrity Apprentice contestant, while also expressing his love for the president, according to Reuters.
Rodman, who admitted to skiing and singing karaoke with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, also says Trump needs to engage in dialogue with Kim.
“Hiding behind fake profiles, a group linked to Pyongyang solicited technology work to send hard currency back home.”
Inside North Korea collects Oliver Wainwright’s gorgeous photos of the striking public aesthetic of a brutal dictatorship.
“Do not travel” to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the U.S. State Department warned American citizens in a renewed advisory on Friday.
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