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Colbert Asks Dennis Rodman What He Talks About with Kim Jong-Un

Dennis Rodman, who has travelled to North Korea as an unofficial ambassador five times since 2013, shares the nature of his conversations with the Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un.

"I'm not protecting him. And people think that I sit there and say, 'Hey, he's my best friend.' That's not the case," Rodman said. "He just treats me as a friend."

"I'm close enough to him to the fact that he can discuss anything with me. The deal is I don't discuss politics because that's not my job," he added.

"When I went over there, the first thing he said to me was, 'Mr. Rodman we just want to know, can we trust you?' I said, 'Absolutely.' And that's how our conservation started,' he recalled. 'I went over there to try to solve things, to try to open the door so we can have some communication."

"He's more of a kid, than anything," Rodman said. "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. The people don't see that."

"Like I said, you don't have to like somebody to be around them. You don't have to love somebody to like them."

December 14, 2017 |

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