Rodman stated he's taken many people with him on his visits to North Korea, including basketball players from the US, asserting, "You should have seen the American players".
"I think if the president even tries to reach out for Kim, I think it [there] will be a great possibility things can happen", Rodman told "Good Morning Britain".
"I basically hang out with him all the time", Rodman told "Good Morning Britain". "We hardly ever talk politics and that's the good thing about that", the 56-year-old said. "Every time I see him, he's always calm, he's always smiling, especially when he's with family", Rodman said.
That bromance flourishes against a backdrop of increasing global stress.
North Korea has carried out several nuclear missle tests over the summer and President Donald Trump has threatened to respond with military action, if needed. Rodman is not only a five-time National Basketball Association champion but he is also one of the only Americans to meet Kim. I love Donald Trump.
Rodman, known as "The Worm" during his National Basketball Association career due to his sometimes disturbing appearance, continues to express his admiration for President Donald Trump-for whom he "worked" on the hit television program "The Apprentice".
"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.
The majority of the conversation with hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid centered on their activities, such as singing karaoke, riding horses and just sharing laughs without discussing politics.
When Morgan brought up Kim's frequent threats of annihilating the US with nuclear weapons and called him a repressive dictator, Rodman chuckled, which somewhat riled Morgan, who then questioned why Rodman may not see Kim as a threat.
"For some reason with North Korea we have a big issue", Rodman said.
"My whole mission and my whole goal was to bring sports, to bring connection, to North Korea". He added: It's just amusing the fact that me saying something like that and people saying, "Oh my god Dennis Rodman protecting the marshal of North Korea".
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