Dennis Rodman returns from North Korea. And, amazingly, nothing happened.

Dennis Rodman returns from North Korea. And, amazingly, nothing happened.

The former NBA star took a five-day trip to North Korea, but this time he did not meet with its leader, Kim Jong Un, whom Rodman once described as a “friend for life.”

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