Dennis Rodman says he intends to visit Russia trying to free Britney Griner after she was given a nine-year jail sentence on drug charges.
“I got authorization to go to Russia to help that young lady,” Rodman told NBC News on Saturday. “I’m attempting to go this week.”
This wouldn’t be Rodman’s initial introduction to worldwide tact, having recently manufactured an impossible relationship with North Korean pioneer Kim Jong Un.
Yet, his outing to Russia is probably going to cause more damage than great, as indicated by a senior Biden organization official.
“It’s public data that the organization has made a huge proposal to the Russians and something besides haggling further through the laid out channel is probably going to entangle and obstruct discharge endeavors,” the authority expressed, as indicated by NBC.
The United States firmly prompts against heading out to Russia, because of reasons including the “unmerited and uncalled-for attack of Ukraine,” potential “badgering against U.S. residents by Russian government security authorities” and the chance of “unfair detainment.”