After the two leaders shook hands and parted ways, Trump told reporters there would be many more meetings and that he's open to inviting Kim to The White House.
At about 1:40 AM Eastern time, President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un signed a statement in which the United States and North Korea committed to establishing a new relationship and North Korea reaffirmed its commitment to work towards denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. "It ain't gotta be about war, it ain't gotta be about hatred or what happen in the future or the past", he told CNN.
He's also repeatedly expressed his support for a meeting between Trump and Kim - even offering to facilitate it or serve as an ambassador of sorts.
He added: "But I kept my head up high, brother".
Trump, asked last week if Rodman had been invited to Singapore, said, "No, he wasn't".
Rodman started to get emotional, cutting off Cuomo to reveal, "When I said those damn things, when I went home I got so many death threats". I knew things were going to change.
Former basketball player Dennis Rodman arrives at Changi Airport in Singapore, June 12, 2018. Majorities also said North Korea is capable of launching a nuclear missile that could reach the USA (64%) and believed that the country's leadership is really willing to follow through on threats to use nuclear weapons against the US (65%).
Rodman is one of the few westerners to have met the North Korean leader on visits to the capital city of Pyongyang.
Rodman said he hopes everyone reads it before the summit and reiterated that "we've got the greatest negotiator of all time" to "show the world how it's done". The statement comes on the heels of Trump slamming Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as dishonest and weak while instructing his advisors to back out of a joint statement he had agreed to with USA allies at the G-7 summit.