But Eric Trump thought it was "very nice."
In 2014, Donald Trump called Dennis Rodman 'crazy' for suggesting a trip to North Korea.
The former NBA star, who referred to Kim Jong Un as a "good friend," said the White House called him to thank him for his support.
President Donald Trump did not invite the former NBA star to his meeting with Kim Jong Un.
But the ex-NBA star says it's just for Donald Trump's ears.
He also gifted Trump's book, "The Art of the Deal."
Rodman is back with his friend Kim Jong Un.
The mysterious trip comes at low point in U.S.-Pyongyang relations.
"To me, Kim is just a normal guy," he told an alternative diplomacy panel at the military academy.
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Dennis Rodman, international hero.
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