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Michele Moreno
September 8, 2017

Former basketball player Dennis Rodman says there's a "great possibility" that the tensions between the U.S. and North Korea will end if Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un meet.

Rodman says he's confused by America's shifting relationship with Russian Federation, another communist state, "but for some reason we have a big issue with North Korea".

The eccentric star struck up an unlikely bromance with tubster Kim and has made several trips to the secretive state in recent years.

"We laugh we sing karaoke, we do a lot of cool things together". "We hardly ever talk politics and that's the good thing about that", the 56-year-old said.

Former NBA star player Dennis Rodman appeared on British television on Wednesday to discuss his controversial visits to North Korea and his relationship to his ruler, Kim Jong Un.

Rodman said Kim has inherited a legacy passed down to him by his father and grandfather, and he has heard it said that the North Korean regime has become less oppressive as a result.

"I think if the president even tries to reach out for Kim, I think it would be a great possibility things can happen", he said, adding that Trump and Kim don't have to be friends, just start a dialogue.

Rodman said he was not trying to defend the actions of Kim and was "just an ambassador for sports".

However, Rodman's potential to broker peace depends a lot on what Trump thinks. "We ride horses, we hand out, we go skiing". "For me to see him gives me a different view about the country, because I see it".

Rodman has paid several visits to Kim in the isolated state but the two rarely discuss politics, the retired National Basketball Association star told British TV show Good Morning Britain. Whatever concerns or complaints Americans may have about immigration in general, we shouldn't threaten the future of this group of young people who are here through no fault of their own, who pose no threat, who are not taking away anything from the rest of us...

North Korea may have tested a thermonuclear device over the weekend, but the US apparently has a secret weapon of its own - Dennis Rodman.

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