Published: Fri, September 08, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Can Dennis Rodman Prevent World War III?

Can Dennis Rodman Prevent World War III?

As tensions rise around North Korea's escalating tests of weapons of mass destruction, Donald Trump has met North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's aggressions head-on, promising to deliver "fire and fury like the world has never seen".

"If the president even tries to reach out for Kim, it would be a great possibility things could happen", Rodman said during an appearance on Good Morning Britain.

During his June trip to North Korea, Rodman delivered a copy of Trump's book, "The Art of the Deal", to Kim.

"For me to go over there and see [Jong-un] as much as I have, I basically hang out with him all the time", Rodman said, as reported by Reuters. They do a lot of cool things together. But one man has a plan - five-time National Basketball Association champion and rebounder supreme Dennis Rodman.

Dennis Rodman, who has paid several visits to Kim Jong Un, said the two rarely talk about politics during his trips to North Korea. We ride horses, we go skiing.

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The news comes as tensions continue to rise between North Korea and the US following Pyongyang's most powerful nuclear test this past weekend of a hydrogen bomb capable of being fitted onto an intercontinental ballistic missile.

"If they could sit down and have some kind of mutual conversation and try and start some dialogue, that could open the door just a little bit".

When pressed about human rights issues in North Korea, Rodman said he could not defend the North Korean government. "It is time for him to come on TV and show strength against the repeated threats from North Korea".

Rodman, known as "The Worm" during his National Basketball Association career due to his sometimes disturbing appearance, continues to express his admiration for President Donald Trump-for whom he "worked" on the hit television program "The Apprentice". "You just hear what you think he's saying". I've always said that.

Apparently, Kim does not fully trust his personal bodyguards, who were plucked from "Office Number 6" of the Guard Command that protects elites in North Korea.

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