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WATCH: Dennis Rodman Defends Trump Against Allegations of Racism

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A former NBA star and bona fide American diplomat defended President Donald J. Trump Saturday against bogus allegations of “racism” made by race-baiting Democrats.

“Everyone thinks Donald Trump is racist,” Dennis Rodman said at Politicon. “They think he’s racist as hell. And I don’t think so. Flat out. I don’t think so”

Rodman also praised Trump for his recent Oval Office meeting with rapper Kanye West and football legend Jim Brown.

The former Chicago Bull has been instrumental in peace talks between the United States and the world’s most brutal regime, North Korea.

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In a recent TMZ interview, he said he “does a lot of stuff” with Trump.

Big League Politics reported:

Basketball legend Dennis Rodman believes that he should be in the running for the Nobel Peace Prize due to his work fostering diplomacy with the North Korean regime.

Rodman visited North Korea during the Obama administration to meet with the North Korean dictator, play in an exhibition basketball game (which a team of former NBA players lost to the North Koreans), and hold education workshops with selected North Korean basketball players. Rodman’s relationship with Kim Jong Un helped to pave the way for more aggressive diplomacy during the Trump administration.

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