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LOS ANGELES — Former NBA star Dennis Rodman says he will travel to Singapore “for the historical summit” between President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, even though Mr. Trump says he wasn’t invited. Rodman announced his plans via tweet Friday and thanked the cryptocurrency company PotCoin for sponsoring the trip. The tweet was quickly deleted and later reposted.

Rodman, who is among the few Westerners who have met the North Korean leader, said he would “give whatever support is needed” to his “friends” Mr. Trump and Kim.

White House officials have repeatedly said that Rodman would play no official role in the diplomatic negotiations and Mr. Trump said Thursday that the basketball legend had not been invited to the June 12 summit.

The article goes on to state the following:

Rodman’s tweet announcing the trip included a composite photo of him, Trump and Kim in front of the flags of both nations and the word “unite.”

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Rodman also shared a photo of himself and Donald Trump, presumedly taken during the time when Rodman was on the Celebrity Apprentice show. Along with the photo, he tweeted, “To all Americans and the rest of the world I’m honored to call @POTUS a friend. He’s one of the best negotiators of all time and I’m looking forward to him adding to his historic success at the Singapore Summit.”

In another tweet Saturday morning, Rodman again said Trump is the “greatest negotiator of all time.”  He included a photo of himself with Trump’s book, “Art of the Deal,” which he said he gave to North Korea’s Minister Kim Il Guk last year.

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