Dennis Rodman broke down in tears talking about North Korea-US situation

And (Kim) was really very gracious.

"All I know is that Kim Jong-un is unreliable". Sanders did not immediately respond to questions about the call.

Dennis Rodman is a basketball Hall of Famer, but we have to wonder what his odds are of getting a Nobel Peace Prize in the future. Seoul's presidential office said it was trying to parse Trump's comments. "That's it, sports. I'm just so happy to be here, man". "Don't get it twisted", he said with a laugh. He also said he'd like to remove all 28,500 USA troops stationed in the South, although he made clear this was an option for the future, not a part of current negotiations.

But on Tuesday morning Pentagon officials said they're still awaiting more detail from the White House.

Having just been on the receiving end of the Trump administration's most significant hammer-blow to diplomacy-namely, its decision to ditch a six-nation nuclear accord that was negotiated over a period of several years-Iran is perhaps better-positioned than any other nation to assess Trump's reliability as a negotiating partner and "dealmaker".

An emotionally distraught Rodman told Cuomo that he suffered incredible abuse after returning to the U.S.

"If Trump will succeed in bringing about the dismantling of North Korea's ballistic missile capabilities, Europe can not argue anymore that it is not possible to get a better deal with Iran than what was already reached", he said. "If you can do certain things, I would listen, my ears would be open, '" Rodman said. "Glad I fired him on Apprentice!"

They said Pakistan supplied vital machinery, drawings and technical advice to North Korea, allowing Pyongyang to enrich uranium as early as 2002.

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"What is most troubling about all this is that the US gave up something tangible, namely, US-RoK military exercises, in exchange", he added, using the abbreviation for South Korea's official name. I still kept going back, I showed my loyalty to this country, and I said to everybody the door will open.

Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, said it was "troubling" that Trump had agreed to suspend joint drills without making any reference to North Korea dialing back its conventional military threat.

Rodman said: "It's a great day. He's a genuine guy". "And it turned out to be bigger than I thought". I asked him, I said I had something to say from North Korea.

Kim and Trump are continuing talks before the duo are set to have lunch before concluding their talks. "I hope people can put this behind", he added. And I believed North Korea and when I came home, I couldn't even go home. We're all about giving people chances right?'

Rodman traveled to North Korea again in June 2017.

"Once I got familiar with the culture and situation, I felt like I was at home", he said. I never had no one to hear me.

He continued: 'Love is always in the air, no matter how you look at it.

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