Dennis Rodman and his tatted up self wants to personally invite ‘GMA’ Michael Strahan to join him on a trip to North Korea.
According to Page Six reports,
Dennis Rodman plans to return to North Korea in August and has invited “Good Morning America” anchor Michael Strahan to go with him.
“He very aggressively pushed Michael to join him on the trip. He told him it’s just like every other country,” an insider told Page Six after Strahan landed a controversial interview with Rodman following his return from the country’s capital, Pyongyang.
“He hasn’t done a hard news interview like this before and he did a really great job. He was focused and his tone was great,” an insider told us of Strahan…
Dennis Rodman spoke out in an exclusive interview with ABC News about his recent trip to North Korea, suggesting that he is partly responsible for the reclusive nation’s release of American college student Otto Warmbier, who died last Monday, just days after being medically evacuated from a North Korean prison.
“I was just so happy to see the kid released,” Rodman told “Good Morning America” co-anchor Michael Strahan of when he first learned of Warmbier’s release. “Later that day, that’s when we found out he was ill, no one knew that. We jumped up and down … Some good things came of this trip.”
Chris Volo, Rodman’s agent who accompanied the athlete on his trip to North Korea, told ABC News that before they went, “I asked on behalf of Dennis for his release three times.”
“I know being there had something to do with it,” Volo said of Warmbier’s release. “Because when I was organizing the trip … and I meet with the delegates here, you know, I addressed … Otto Warmbier. And I said to them, ‘we…would need his…you know, a release, some type of good faith, if we’re ever going to do some type of future sports relations … They said they understood.”
Rodman said he wished to “give all the prayer and love” to the Warmbier’s family, adding “I didn’t know that he was sick.”