Dennis Rodman: Obama Wouldn’t Give Me the Time of Day, I Begged Him To Talk (Video)

I’ve got a feeling that the black community is starting to wake up and are going to rebel and leave the Democrat Plantation, en-masse. This is really bad news for the so-called “Democrat blue wave” in November.

Dennis Rodman: He just wouldn’t listen to me at all. I mean, he was just so trying to be the first black president ever… ta-da-da-da… Some sh*t like that… He wouldn’t listen to me. I begged him to listen to me. I said I just want to talk to you. I’ll visit the White House we’ll sit down and talk. He didn’t give me the time of day. It doesn’t matter. But, Trump is Trump.

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Former Chicago Bulls star Dennis Rodman visited Singapore this week for the Trump-Kim Jong Un talks.

Dennis Rodman has met with Kim Jong Un before in North Korea. He is also a friend of President Trump.

The former Chicago Bulls star Dennis Rodman wore a red Trump ‘Make America Great Again’ hat during an emotional interview on CNN with Chris Cuomo Monday night (Tuesday morning).

At one point Rodman broke into tears as he spoke about getting death threats and having to hide as a result of his efforts to bridge the divide between the U.S. and North Korea. (See video below)

Dennis Rodman later told a reporter, “Barack Obama would not give him the time of day. But Trump is Trump.”

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