Kim Agrees to Send Remains of US Soldiers Home

MAGA Tears: Brace Yourself For The Epic Buffoonery Of Dennis Rodman At Trump-Kim Jong Un Summit

MAGA Tears: Brace Yourself For The Epic Buffoonery Of Dennis Rodman At Trump-Kim Jong Un Summit

Former NBA player Dennis Rodman teared up during an interview on CNN while discussing his past history advocating for a meeting between former President Barack Obama and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. "And I asked for it today, and we got it".

"I want to get our soldiers out. From Day 1. I felt like I owe it to myself and the people of the world". I still kept going back, I showed my loyalty to this country, and I said to everybody the door will open. I was the only one.

The Chinese position echoes comments made by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, who called for a lifting of sanctions during a May visit to Pyongyang, North Korea's capital.

"I took those bullets, I took all that, I took everything that everyone came at me and I'm still standing".

"I'll pass that on", Sanders said.

"Yes, Donald Trump reached out", he said.

Following the Singapore summit, wherein Trump castigated the exercises as "provocative", no party has effectively distinguished the difference between what constitutes "readiness training and training exchanges" and what constitutes "military exercises".

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and North Korean officials would hold follow-up negotiations "at the earliest possible date", the statement said.

Mercedes Schlapp, the director of communications at the White House, wrote a tweet in 2016 that suggested it was nearly unthinkable for Obama to shake the hand of Kim. We need that to be taken care of. I never had no one to see me.

His advice to Mr Trump was for him to go into the one-on-one meeting with his "heart on the table". However, Rodman said the former president "didn't even give me the time of day - he just brushed me off, but that didn't deter me".

"I've always been an advocate of involving Dennis Rodman", Clapper noted to Cuomo.

Rodman said that the White House contacted and thanked him.

Dennis Rodman at Changi Airport.

President Trump said that he had asked for the concession at the last minute but Kim Jong Un agreed to start the process immediately, "He agreed to that so quickly and so nice - it was really a very nice thing, and he understands it".

Dennis was referring to his previous efforts to act as a mediator between Kim Jong-un and the Obama administration, which rebuffed him.

Trump told reporters on June 7 that Rodman wasn't invited to the summit.

Rodman also traveled to Singapore for the diplomatic talks, which his agent, Darren Prince, previously confirmed to CNN.