Dennis Rodman Wants Donald Trump To Travel With Him To North Korea

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 21 March 2013

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Dennis Rodman presented Kim Jong Un with six autographed basketballs. (Photo by Paco Peso).

NEW YORK CITY - Dennis Rodman, who has proclaimed himself the unofficial ambassador to North Korea, says he plans on going back to visit his new BFF Kim Jong Un.

According to Sherwood Frisbee with Sporting Chance Magazine Rodman gave the North Korean leader six autographed basketballs for himself and his immediate family members.

Kim Jong Un was thrilled and reciprocated by sending Rodman three cases of North Korea's best rice, Rice-A-Wowie.

And now comes word that Dennis has been invited to return to Pyongyang, North Korea to be the guest of the most powerful man in the country.

The Worm, as Rodman was known during his NBA playing days, asked if he could bring along a guest.

Kim Jong Un reportedly texted him back saying "You betcha bro, my mansion has 19 bedrooms."

Dennis immediately called up one of his best friends, Donald Trump. He asked the Trumpster if he would like to take a little trip to North Korea.

Trump ever the businessman replied that he would love to. After a few moments the man with the flamboyant hairdo said that perhaps he can build a Trump Hotel and Golf Course in the North Korean capitol.

In Other News. The rumors that Tom Brady is thinking about divorcing his highly opinionated wife Gisele Bundchen have been denied by Tommy. He stated that he believes the rumor was most probably started by Wes Welker's wife, Anna.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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