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Topic - Jose Lambient
"After talking with Dennis Rodman about his upcoming trip, I'm convinced he is not kidding when he says he can help. He's a pretty personable guy, and we know that most dictators have a fetish for some things American," Mr. Lambient tells Inside the Beltway.
Mr. Lambient adds, "At the party on Saturday, the host introduced Dennis as the 'US ambassador to North Korea.'