‘I took bullets’: Weepy Dennis Rodman claims credit for Trump-Kim summit

Среда, 13 Июн, 2018

Now, as one of four key points President Trump and Kim Jong Un agreed to during their historic summit, those remains could be coming home, NPR reports.

"Today is a great day for everybody", said Rodman, adding, "I'm so happy".

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and North Korean officials would hold follow-up negotiations "at the earliest possible date", the statement said. I took those bullets, I took all that.

"Over the last two months the border is more open than it was when we first started", Trump told reporters in Singapore.

The summit meeting is a good start between the USA and North Korea, she said.

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

"Donald Trump reached out".

Whatever objective he may have, the president's unexpected announcement - which appeared to come without consultation with South Korea - raised concerns over Trump's "convoluted view" of his understanding of the alliance and security dynamics, experts said. "He thanks you a lot.' That means a lot". "A great rebounder. You know when you think-Dennis was a great rebounder and he wasn't, relatively speaking, that tall", Trump said.

South Korea and the United States forces themselves were shocked by the news, but North Korea and China both seized on this concession.

The rebounding champ has for years visited North Korea, striking up an unlikely friendship with NK leader (and massive basketball fan) Kim Jong Un, in a series of pro-diplomacy overtures that - while decidedly controversial at times - look to have actually helped clinch this week's historic talks.

'When I met Kim Jong-un, I didn't know what to expect. but once I got to know the culture over there, I felt at home'.

Twitter responded to Rodman with some jokes, but also some praise for his ability to bring two sides together. Everything else is in the president's hands.

Commenting on the recent developments, Rodman said, "Let's just hope for the best".

As US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un held their historic summit in Singapore on Tuesday, a wary China made out a case for lifting of United Nations sanctions against Pyongyang and highlighted its central role in working out a new peace mechanism for the Korean Peninsula. Have a handshake, have a smile, have a glass of iced tea.