Democrats nearly lost their minds when a Norwegian leader nominated Trump for a Nobel Peace Prize over his victory in the Middle East. When he was nominated again for his Kosovo-Serbia deal, The Atlantic called for the Nobel Peace Prize to be canceled. What are they going to do, now that another group of law professors has nominated him again?

When Donald Trump ran for president in 2016, Democrats claimed he would plunge the U.S. into many new wars. In fact, even as recently as January of this year, they said he would start World War III. Apparently, the left is willingly ignoring the fact that Trump has been a longtime critic of the U.S.’s engagements overseas.

As president, he has been good to his word to prevent any new foreign conflicts. In fact, Trump has worked very hard to de-escalate conflict across the world. He has helped end problems in the Middle East, by defeating ISIS. He is bringing troops backed, as he promised. And he’s done the impossible by reaching peace deals with Israel and many Arab nations.

He even suggested even more Arab nations will make agreements with Israel soon.

For his efforts to actually achieve peace, he has earned two unexpected Nobel Peace Prize nominations. While many of the globalists in Europe hate Trump, many other leaders cannot deny his success at achieving peace.

Now another group is nominating him, not for one act, but for his brilliant “doctrine.”

A group of four Australian law professors have nominated U.S. President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize, the third nomination he’s received in recent weeks.

The nomination is based on the so-called Trump doctrine, or the president’s approach to foreign policy, David Flint, one of the professors, said on Monday.

“The ‘Trump doctrine’ is so extraordinary, as so many things that Donald Trump does, he’s guided by two things which seem to be absent from so many politicians. He has firstly common sense. And he is only guided by a national interest, and therefore, in our circumstances, an interest in the Western alliance,” Flint said during a virtual appearance on Sky News. [Source: The Epoch Times]

These professors are praising Trump’s approach to foreign policy, which they say is rare among most politicians. Firstly, they say his “common sense” is what guides his decision-making.

I think we can all agree few leaders use what common sense God gave them.

Then, Flint celebrated Trump’s American-first approach, what he called “national interest.” He said that by putting America first, he is protecting “the Western alliance.” Instead of caving to globalist pressure (mostly from China), Trump is protecting the values of all Western nations.

Flint went on to discuss Trump’s commitment to no new foreign conflicts. Instead, he has brought back many troops and prevented the deaths of “thousands of young Americans,” not to mention the huge debts these conflicts create.

It seems this nomination is about more than just thanking Trump. These professors appear to be highlighting a policy that they hope other leaders embrace. The “Trump doctrine” shouldn’t be exclusive to this president. Many leaders across many nations should embrace common sense, national interest, and a desire to end “endless wars.”

Why not? Don’t most politicians praise and claim to want “world peace”? Or do they only say that, but do the wishes of the military-industrial complex?

Trump is defying the wishes of the global elite by actually putting Americans first. That means a refusal to start new wars—and a commitment to ending conflict and ushering in peace.

We might not see that kind of approach ever again. So, we should appreciate it while it lasts.

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