Dennis Rodman: Trump and Kim Jong Un 'pretty much the same'

Dennis Rodman: Trump and Kim Jong Un 'pretty much the same'

Dennis Rodman: Trump and Kim Jong Un 'pretty much the same'

"I ain't telling you", he said.

Reports suggest North Korea now has 13 types of biological agents which it can weaponise within ten days, including smallpox and anthrax.

Rodman said during the interview he thinks he can "alleviate some pressures as far as communication" between the USA and North Korea.

Rodman, who last traveled to North Korea in June, is in a unique position as the highest-profile figure from the United States to have built personal relationships with both Trump and Kim. He also appeared multiple times on "Celebrity Apprentice" when Trump hosted the show and endorsed Trump in his presidential bid. "I will tell [Trump] when I see him".

"I've been trying to tell Donald since day one: 'Come talk to me, man ..." He knows what I can do.

Rodman, who visited Guam last week, had sought to fly to Pyongyang for his sixth trip from Beijing, but he could not receive approval from US authorities.

Rodman, former Detroit Pistons player, recently told The Guardian that he's been asking if he can go to North Korea again as tensions escalate between a North Korea seemingly bent on expanding a nuclear program and the rest of the world.

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"If I can go back over there ... you'll see me talking to him, and sitting down and having dinner, a glass of wine, laughing and doing my thing", Rodman told the paper.

Starting from September, the US government has prohibited Americans from traveling to North Korea, following the death of university student Otto Warmbier after he was imprisoned there for more than year.

Rodman was working with the Trump administration on obtaining a "special pass" to enter North Korea, he said, but that "we thought we would give it a shot while we're here".

In September, he said if Trump tries to reach out to Kim, "it would be a great possibility things could happen".

Pyongyang blamed the USA for the tensions in the region, claiming Donald Trump's "nuclear blackmail" was behind the World War 3 fears, according to the rogue nation's state-run media.

"Love peace and no war, baby".

A U.S. military official said: "That the North Koreans have biological agents is knows, by various means".

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