Dennis Rodman Offers to 'Straighten Things Out' Between USA and North Korea

Posted September 14, 2017

"We hardly ever talk politics and that's the good thing about that", the 56-year-old said.

Appearing on Good Morning Britain, the former National Basketball Association star said, "I just want to try to straighten things out for everyone to get along together".

When Morgan noted that both he and Rodman have spent a large amount of time with Trump, as both appeared on the reality show Celebrity Apprentice when the president helmed the series, Rodman began to chuckle.

Leaders of House and Senate committees tasked with foreign relations called on the Trump administration to take action following reports that North Korea had conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test.

Last week, the country also flew a missile over Japan, and warned that it was a "meaningful prelude" to attacking the U.S. island territory of Guam.

The special assassination squad, which will be launched in December, was created by the South Korean defence ministry to neutralise "command and control" systems in the North, The Times reported.

"It allows others to line up with this more instead of us being alone with it - you know it allows China to be more of a helpful partner on that instead of something more harsh", he said.

"I just want to try to straighten things out for everyone to get along together", he said in an interview on British television on Wednesday. Saying hi I would love to engage in some words and politics and over the history of your country and my country and just try to start some dialogue. The Worm is clearly not keeping up with Trump's tweets. Last week, the United States president tweeted his views on resolving the North Korea issue: "Talking is not the answer!".

Photos of Rodman and Kim. "We laugh, we sing karaoke, we do a lot of cool things together". As for the latter, Rodman considers him a "friend for life", with the former National Basketball Association athlete revealing that he and Jong-un sing karaoke, as well as ski and ride horses together. "We ride horses, we hand out, we go skiing".

Gardner, who previously introduced a bill that would prohibit those that do business with or enable North Korea from accessing to the USA financial system, also called on the administration to block all entities that do business with North Korea.

"I'm not defending him, I'm not defending the fact that what he does as far as his country and his leadership". "But as long as we're saying, "You must shortly give up all your nuclear weapons, ' we're basically turning to Kim Jong un and saying, 'You must go where Saddam and [Muammar] Gadhafi are today" - and that's a very hot place he doesn't want to go".

Kim celebrates a ballistic rocket launch. He endorsed Trump back in 2015.