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Dennis Rodman urging the White house to North Korea-envoy role
The former NBA star calls to travel President Trump to the country messenger of peace.
The only man in the world, the friends, the running of both the dictator, North Korea, and the President of the United States hopes that the two hit it off, they meet in may.
NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman, the various trips to North Korea since 2013, took to Twitter on Friday to Express his support for the forthcoming summit to North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un meeting between President Trump and the North.
“Hope for this after my two friends and leaders meeting in the next month. #Peace #love #NotWar #diplomacy,” Rodman tweeted.
The hope for this after my two friends and leaders#meetings in the next month.Peace #love #NotWar #diplomacy pic.twitter.com/NEZijYzoLi
— Dennis Rodman (@Dennis Rodman) 30. March 2018
Trump announced in early March plans for a meeting with Kim Jong-Un over the country’s nuclear program. This week, the President said he believes that the North Koreans want to make peace.
“For years and through many administrations, all said that the peace and the demilitarization of the Korean Peninsula not even a small possibility,” Trump tweeted. “Well, it’s a good change there is that Kim Jong Un will do what is right for his people and for humanity. Look forward to our encounter!”
Chinese President XI JINPING and I talked a long time about the meeting with KIM JONG-UN of North Korea. President XI said to me that he estimates that the United States will work to solve the problem diplomatically instead of with the ominous alternative. China continues to be helpful!!!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 10, 2018
Rodman made his first trip to North Korea in February 2013 for a “basketball diplomacy” trip.
The NBA star returned twice in 2013 and in January 2014, for a basketball to celebrate the game with the dictator Kim birthday.
Rodman returned most recently to North Korea in June, he says that he is “just trying to open doors.”