Dennis Rodman has a real buddy buddy relationship with the North Korean leader but he will not vouge for the jailed Christian missionary, Kenneth Bae.
If Rodman is so friendly with N. Korea, why isn’t the Obama administration trying to levy his support in diplomatic issues like freeing Kenneth Bae?
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman professed his admiration for North Korea’s dictator Kim Jong-un Saturday while profanely rejecting suggestions that he use his pull to help a detained American. "Guess what? That’s not my job to ask about Kenneth Bae," Rodman said to reporters in Beijing upon leaving North Korea. "Ask Obama about that. Ask Hillary Clinton." Rodman said of Kim, who he met again during his trip, "He’s my friend for life. I don’t care what you guys think about him. I don’t give a —- what the world thinks about him, but he’s my friend." Bae is serving a 15-year prison sentence in a labor camp after being arrested while in the country doing Christian missionary work.