The five-time NBA champion is the subject of a new ESPN's 30 for 30 documentary in which he speaks extensively about his life in the NBA.
Dennis Rodman allegedly assaulted a guest at his birthday party in Delray Beach, Florida, but the former basketball star denies the incident took place.
Many claim that Kim understands and speaks just enough English to have an informal chat.
"The president had seen some of your comments over the last several days," Sanders told Rodman.
Dennis Rodman got very emotional over North Korea.
The sports star is expected to be in Singapore at the time of the Trump-Kim summit.
Rodman said he gave the supreme leader of North Korea a copy of "The Art of the Deal" in 2017, but he doesn't want to "take all the credit" for the nuclear program meeting.
The former NBA star says sales will help the Wounded Warrior Project.
The former basketball star spoke about his unlikely bromance with the dictator.
Rodman also said Trump told him to "fuck off" when he tried to relay his secret requests from the North Korean dictator.
The NBA Hall of Famer said he knew what North Korea's Kim Jong Un wanted, and needed to speak to the president.
The retired basketball player wanted the two to meet and work out their beef.
South Korean intelligence services say he fathered a third child with his wife Ri Sol Ju in February.
"He hated my guts because I wasn't a Bible guy," Rodman says. "They looked at me like I was the devil."
The NBA legend also claimed that he sings karaoke and rides horses with Kim Jong Un, the country's supreme leader.
The former NBA star made his fifth trip to North Korea this week.
The former NBA star has called the North Korean leader a 'friend for life.'
The former NBA player has been a frequent visitor to the secretive state.
Kim Jong Un hasn't been seen in public since September 3. So where is he?