Rodman has always been somewhat different and odd. However, his comments regarding North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, he’s great and so honest suggests Rodman has forgotten that Kim Jong Un has vowed to destroy the United States.
Dennis Rodman said about Kim Jong Un, “He wants Obama to do one thing. Call him. He said, ‘If you can, Dennis. I don’t want to do war. I don’t want to do war.’ He said that to me.”
George Stephanopoulos responded as it appeared he was struggling to not get angry at Rodman’s words. “He wants President Obama to call him?”
Rodman went on to say that, “He’s a great guy.” Going on to describe him further, Rodman stated, “He loves power. He loves control.”
“But guess what? He doesn’t want war. That’s one thing he doesn’t want.”
He’s a great guy who’s put 200,000 in prison camps?” Stephanopoulos challenged. The young North Korean leader who took control in 2011 after the death of his father has defied U.N. sanctions as he continues to develop their nuclear arms and missile program. A program he claims is aimed at the United States.
It became glaringly obvious that Dennis Rodman has no allegiance in the United States. He replied, “Guess what? We have prison camps here too.”
Members of the Harlem Globetrotters basketball team and the upcoming HBO series, Vice camera crew were with Dennis Rodman. Rodman even suggested that he might return to North Korea.
At the idea of Rodman’s possible return, George Stephanopoulos gave him a little piece of advice. “The next time you go back you should take this report from Human Rights Watch and ask him [Kim Jong Un] about that.”
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