'Trust each other first': Dennis Rodman watches Trump-Kim summit from Singapore

'Trust each other first': Dennis Rodman watches Trump-Kim summit from Singapore

'Trust each other first': Dennis Rodman watches Trump-Kim summit from Singapore

Cuomo, deciding it was safe to ask another question, wondered whether the White House had been in touch with him since his arrival in Singapore.

According to Reuters, several analysts see the summit as light in substance and remain unsure of how effective the agreement would prove to be in the long run, regarding North Korea's much-anticipated denuclearization. Rodman had previously appeared alongside Trump on the reality TV show "The Celebrity Apprentice".

"If Trump goes in there with his heart on the table ... it ain't gotta be about war ... we are moving into the future", Rodman told Cuomo.

Kim and Trump agreed to work toward the complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, an agreement that has been met with both praise and some scepticism that it will lead to tangible changes.

He added: "Just meeting the regime, meeting Kim Jong-un and the marshalls, I just fell in love with the country from day one". "I was sitting up protecting everything", said Rodman.

The former National Basketball Association baller broke down during an interview with CNN as he described the trouble that followed him after he started visiting North Korea in 2013.

Rodman began to tear up recalling the death threats he had received because of his visits, saying his intentions had been good and misunderstood - to promote peace, dialogue and sports in North Korea.

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"I thought I was just going to play basketball". I couldn't even go home, for 30 days. It was the first-ever summit between a USA president and a North Korean leader. I was the only one.

"And this is a true story and I've got my people who heard the conversation", Rodman said.

Rodman also plugged Potcoin, the marijuana-centered cryptocurrency that sponsored his trip. I couldn't even go home. Dennis Rodman is your go-to person for a historic meeting and you give him a full 23 minutes on-air? I guess I owe it to myself and the people around the world.

Visibly upset, Rodman also said that under the Obama administration, he did not receive a pleasant welcome home the first time when he returned stateside after visiting Kim.

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Retired American professional basketball player Dennis Rodman speaks to the press as he arrives at Changi International airport ahead of US-North Korea summit in Singapore on June 11, 2018. "It's a great, great step in moving forward in the world and I hope that we can continue this and I think it's a great, great opportunity for the world to see what's going to happen".

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