"I tried to do that to Obama, and he didn't even give me the time of day", he said.
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.
Whilst Potcoin pursue world peace, let's hope that politically, this summit is the start of a reduction in tensions between the United States of America and North Korea. "I don't need to worry about the war stuff, I don't know anything about that".
"I said to everybody, I said, 'The door will open, '" he said.
We're not quite sure what comments she meant, but Rodman was in Singapore during the summit and has expressed support on Twitter and elsewhere for Donald Trump over the past several days.
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Trump has said that Russian Federation should have been readmitted to the negotiations. A group photo masked the underlying tension, after Mr.
"When I got home, I got so many death threats".
White House officials have said Rodman will play no official role in the diplomatic negotiations. "And he does understand Kim Jong Un", he added, noting that most other pundits "haven't had that direct contact like he has". Kept going back. I showed my loyalty and my trustworthy [sic] to this country. I knew things were doing to change. It was the first-ever summit between a USA president and a North Korean leader. I never had anyone to hear me. Just in case you weren't aware that PotCoin sponsored the trip, Rodman wore their t-shirt with the url prominently displayed in the interview.
Clapper responded: "I agree, Chris.as weird as it is. this whole thing is unconventional". "I look at him as more like a person that really wants to try to blend in with the world", he told host Michael Strahan. "I like the culture and he gave me the opportunity to get to know him".
"When you see Donald next time can Donald say hi to me and say, 'Dennis, I would love to shake your hand, '" Rodman said while laughing.
The ex-NBA player then started getting emotional as he spoke about former U.S. president Barack Obama. "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".