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Dennis Rodman wants to lend a helping hand to Donald Trump


Dennis Rodman is offering a helping hand to Donald Trump.

Trump has been hard at work on Twitter voicing his disappointment over North Korea’s bad behavior. On Friday, the president, once again communicated his thoughts on Twitter.

The tweet comes after reports indicate that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is on assignment in Asia. During a trip to South Korea on Friday, March 17, Tillerson announced that the Trump administration might be forced to take pre-emptive action against North Korea “if they elevate the threat of their weapons program” to an unacceptable level.

Negotiations “can only be achieved by denuclearizing, giving up their weapons of mass destruction,” said Tillerson. “Only then will we be prepared to engage them in talks.”

Meanwhile, in sunny Los Angeles, it appears that Rodman, who in the past has endorsed the 45th president of the United States, wants to help Trump with his problem. “I did my tour over there. It was a great experience. Trump, you know he loves power — he loves power. He loves talking s—. So, it’s like whatever Trump, whatever you want to say ” the former NBA baller told TMZ, before adding that the difficulty lies in “understanding the history between North Korea and the U.S.”

Considering his work with North Korea, the cameraman suggested the Chicago Bulls vet sign on as an ambassador to which Rodman replied, “It’s up to Trump. He holds the power.” Though, it didn’t seem as though he was turned off by the suggestion.

What are your thoughts on Rodman becoming a possible peacemaker between the United States and North Korea? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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