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Don’t worry, America: Dennis Rodman says Kim Jong Un is just a regular guy who likes cool stuff: Dennis Rodman says Kim Jong Un is just a regular guy who likes cool stuff: Rest easy, America, because Dennis Rodman is here to remind us, “I love Donald Trump,” Kim Jong Un is “just like everybody else,” and he plans to “straighten things out for everyone to get along together.”

In case you weren’t already aware, Rodman has become fast friends in recent years with the North Korean dictator over Un’s love of the Michael Jordan-era Chicago Bulls, visiting the country a handful of times since 2013. He most recently went in June, when PotCoin.com — a website promoting its online currency “for the $100 billion global legal marijuana industry” — sponsored the Hall of Famer’s trip.

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“Every time I see him, he’s always calm, he’s always smiling, especially when he’s with family,” Rodman told “Good Morning Britain” of a man who allegedly executed his uncle by way of antiaircraft machine gunfire and may or may not have had his half-brother poisoned. “To me, in person, without all the things that have gone on on TV and potentially a war or something like that, if you see him just sit at a table, he’s just like everybody else. He’s always laughing, smiling, talking to his people — that’s it.”

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Don’t worry, America: Dennis Rodman says Kim Jong Un is just a regular guy who likes cool stuff: Dennis Rodman says Kim Jong Un is just a regular guy who likes cool stuff: Rest easy, America, because Dennis Rodman is here to remind us, “I love Donald Trump,” Kim Jong Un is “just like everybody else,” and he plans to “straighten things out for everyone to get along together.”In case you weren’t already aware, Rodman has become fast friends in recent years with the North Korean dictator over Un’s love of the Michael Jordan-era Chicago Bulls, visiting the country a handful of times since 2013. He most recently went in June, when PotCoin.com — a website promoting its online currency “for the $100 billion global legal marijuana industry” — sponsored the Hall of Famer’s trip.[Now’s the time to sign up for Fantasy Basketball! Join for free]