Dennis Rodman Politics
Dennis Rodman Throws Support Behind Donald Trump
Donald Trump, we have found your running mate.
While most celebrities (and, let's face it, most warm-blooded humans with an IQ over 12) find the Presidential hopeful to be a pompous bigot, Dennis Rodman is here to throw his support behind the real estate mogul.
Dennis Rodman: Blasted by Family of Kenneth Bae
Yesterday, during an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo, Dennis Rodman flipped out over questions regarding his latest trip to North Korea.
The ex-basketball star came across like he was cutting a promo for the WWE in defending his visit to Pyongyang for Kim Jong Un's 31st birthday today.
Dennis Rodman FLIPS OUT at CNN Over North Korea Questions
Dennis Rodman went positively ballistic today during an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo.
While surrounded with several former NBA players, Rodman defended his trips to North Korea as a "great idea for the world."
Dennis Rodman Returns From North Korea, Reveals Kim Jong Un's Daughter's Name
Dennis Rodman returned from his second trip to North Korea and promptly revealed the name of dicator and friend Kim Jong Un's baby daughter.
Dennis Rodman: Back in North Korea to See Kim Jong Un!
Dennis Rodman is back in North Korea. The NBA Hall of Famer is making a second trip to the rogue nation helmed by his "friend for life" Kim Jong Un.
The purpose of The Worm's return is somewhat unclear, but he says he will NOT try to negotiate the release of an American held by Kim's regime since 2012.
Dennis Rodman Plans Return to North Korea, Broker Peace Deal With U.S.
Eccentric NBA legend Dennis Rodman is already planning his next trip to North Korea, according to reports, with his sights set on much more than basketball.
The star wants to broker a peace deal between the United States and the (erroneously named) Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Seriously.
Dennis Rodman to Barack Obama: Call Kim Jong Un!
Back from a whirlwind trip to North Korea, Dennis Rodman says his "friend for life" Kim Jong Un just wants President Barack Obama to call him.
The former NBA star told ABC's George Stephanopoulos on This Week, "He wants Obama to do one thing: Call him. He said, 'If you can, Dennis.'"