Foreign Policy Expert Dennis Rodman on Summit: “Don’t expect too much.”

The Trump White House has pointedly noted that Dennis Rodman was not invited to be part of the Singapore summit meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jung Un.

Rodman is pals with both Trump and Kim. It’s hard to say whether he will play a role in bringing world peace through basketball later, but probably not. However, stranger things have happened. Rodman deserves some credit for making friends with Kim and for being one of the few blacks supporting Trump.

BTW, that t-shirt shows that Rodman is being sponsored by a marijuana cryptocurrency firm.


Former US basketball star Dennis Rodman flew into Singapore late Monday ahead of at summit betwen President Donald Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, playing down expectations of an immediate breakthrough at the historic meeting.

Rodman, who has struck up an unlikely friendship with the basketball loving North Korean leader, arrived in the city-state some nine hours before Trump meets with Kim in a bid to negotiate an end to a decades-old nuclear stand-off.

He said he expected the Trump-Kim summit to “go fairly well” but added “people should not expect too much for the first time”.

“I’m just happy to be a part of it,” he told reporters at Changi Airport.

“I think that I brought awareness to a lot of things around the world and I think North Korea has given a lot of people the opportunity to do this conference now and I hope it’s a success.

“Who knew this would have happened five to six years ago… It’s exciting to be a part of it.”

Rodman, sporting a black t-shirt advertising a cryptocurrency he is involved with, said he was unsure whether he would get to meet with Kim — a man he has previously described as a “friend for life”.

“Every time I see him it’s always a surprise. So maybe tomorrow it’s the same thing. Maybe it’s a surprise I’ll see him tomorrow before he leaves,” he said.

Rodman has made five trips to Pyongyang since Kim took power.

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