On Wednesday night, former National Basketball Association superstar Dennis Rodman stopped by The Late Show and shed some light on his unique relationship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Rodman has visited North Korea five times since 2013 and has met with its troubling leader on multiple occasions.
"For some reason, he likes me", said Rodman. "Rodman, can we trust you?' I said, 'Absolutely.' That's how our conversation started".
Rodman, who was a contestant on the same season of The Celebrity Apprentice as Omarosa Manigault-Newman, said he was responsible for Trump firing her from the show when asked about her recent departure from the White House on Wednesday.
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Although Rodman's relationship with the tyrant seemingly implies a lack of understanding of his shortcomings, the former National Basketball Association player revealed he knows what kind of person he's dealing with, although he claims he didn't at first. "I don't see how people can sit there and say this person's a madman".
"We're all human beings", Rodman insisted.
"He probably is, but I didn't see that. But he probably is".
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Speculation has been high over the fate of Hwang Pyong So, director of North Korea's Politburo, and his deputy, Kim Won Hong, since they suddenly disappeared from state media months ago.
American citizens have been barred from visiting North Korea apart from special circumstances since college student Otto Warmbier, who was detained by North Korean officials and then released back to the US with botulism, died in June. "I think he really wants to change his culture, but I think he's forced to be in this position because every time I go over there, he's changed so much for the people". But ultimately, the two unlikely pals don't discuss politics because that's not Rodman's job, in his view. He told Colbert he hopes his visit will open the door so the two countries can communicate with each other.
"He's more like a kid than anything", Rodman elaborated.
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Rodman said he would like to organize a basketball game between North Korea and Guam, one of the USA territories Kim had threatened with a rocket strike, wrote AFP.