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Quoted: Dennis Rodman on the purpose of his latest North Korea visit

“I’m not there to be a diplomat, I’m going over there to just have a good time with him and his family.”

Rodman meets with North Korean dignitaries and journalists at Pyongyang airport Tuesday. (Reuters)

Dennis Rodman explaining the purpose of his latest trip to see North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un to reporters during a stopover in Beijing Tuesday. Because “a good time” is the phrase that comes to mind when you think of visiting North Korea. Read more at the Early Lead (Dennis Rodman returns to North Korea to visit Kim Jong Un), Post Politics (Dennis Rodman returns to North Korea) and ComPost (Dear Dennis Rodman, I will be your friend).

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