Since entering office, President Trump has been good to his word at de-escalating violence and conflict around the world. He has brokered numerous agreements and peace deals in parts of the world once thought impossible. That’s particularly true in the Middle East, where he stamped out ISIS and helped craft historic deals between Israel and their neighbors. For that, one leader has nominated him for a Nobel Peace Prize.
Trump’s track record for seeking peace is unquestioned. Remember, he did what no president ever has by extending an offer of cooperation with North Korea. A radical country that once promised to wipe us off the map was willing to negotiate with us and South Korea. President Trump even met with their leader, something nobody thought was possible.
And that’s only the start. President Trump has done the opposite of what the left accuses him of. Instead of starting new wars, he’s been ending old ones. He’s helped end the presence of ISIS in the Middle East. He’s bringing our troops home. He crafted a peace deal between Israel and Palestine (it remains to be seen if Palestine will accept). Most recently, he landed a historic agreement between Israel and the UAE. Soon after, he announced peace between Kosovo and Serbia.
Both nations also will be making agreements with Israel.
You might say Trump has done more for the cause of peace than few presidents before him. Certainly, more than Barack Obama, who won a Nobel Prize before he did a single thing as president. But few Trump supporters would believe he would ever be nominated, let alone win.
But now, that day has finally come.
Just weeks after helping to broker peace between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), President Trump has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize.
The nomination submitted by Christian Tybring-Gjedde, a member of the Norwegian Parliament, lauded Trump for his efforts toward resolving protracted conflicts worldwide.
“For his merit, I think he has done more trying to create peace between nations than most other Peace Prize nominees,” Tybring-Gjedde…
Also cited in the letter was the president’s “key role in facilitating contact between conflicting parties and … creating new dynamics in other protracted conflicts, such as the Kashmir border dispute between India and Pakistan, and the conflict between North and South Korea, as well as dealing with the nuclear capabilities of North Korea.” [Source: Fox News]
Tybring-Gjedde even admitted he was “not a big Trump supporter.” He urged the committee to “look at the facts” and judge him by what he’s done. A remarkably appropriate and honest approach, huh? Unlike politicians in our country, who judge Trump based on their own opinions about him and their propaganda.
There is plenty of hostility toward the president in other countries, mostly European countries whose leaders hold to the same toxic, leftist views as Democrats. But all over the world, in places like Asia, the Middle East, and South America, people love Trump. He cooperates with foreign leaders, respects them, and lands great deals for both America and our allies.
So, will he win a Nobel Prize? That’s hard to say. Be sure that plenty of leftists, both in America and Europe, will fight tooth and nail against it. They are probably mad that he was even nominated (especially just months before the election!).
Democrats will pull out all the stops to slander Trump, hoping to muddy the waters. They will rage that his name was even connected to such a prestigious award.
But this is a milestone in and of itself and worthy to be talked about. Every Trump supporter should spread the word.
Who knows? Maybe he will actually win it!