A recent trip to Communist North Korea and getting cozy with the Supreme Leader has Dennis Rodman now passing judgment on U.S. foreign policies, specifically the way President Obama is dealing with an imprisoned American, reports belgeinfo.com on May 10.
Dennis Rodman said that President Barack Obama “can't do sh**t” about Kenneth Bae, an American imprisoned in North Korea.
Rodman went to North Korea in February to film a documentary and became fast friends with dictator Kim Jong Un.
The American imprisoned in North Korea was recently sentenced to 15 years of hard labor for allegedly engaging in unspecified “hostile acts” against the country while being a tour operator there.
Rodman said via Twitter that he wanted Kim to “cut Kenneth Bae loose.”
Rodman has been referred to as the unofficial United States ambassador to the communist country. In a nation closed to the outside world, Kim Jong Un, a Rodman fan, seems to allow the former NBA baller to come and go as he pleases.
Rodman is now taking the matter into his own hands, Delta Force style.
“I'm going to try to get the guy out,” said Rodman to TMZ on May 10. Rodman plans to head into North Korea on August 1 and hopes to get the deal finalized then.
Rodman lashed out at Obama with these words:
“We got a black president who can't even go over to talk to Kim. Obama can't do [expletive].”
Rodman takes credit for getting Kim to close up his missile launchers, and figures he can hold sway over Kim's decision to release Brae.
“He put those missiles back in storage, right?” Rodman boasted.
Obama said earlier in the week while hosting South Korea President Park Guen-hye that both America and South Korea “will not reward provocative actions.”
“The days when North Korea could create a crisis and elicit concessions, those days are over,” Obama said.