Two Norwegian lawmakers have nominated US President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize after his noteworthy gathering with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to discuss nuclear demobilization. In spite of the fact that President Donald Trump’s ongoing summit with North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un didn’t really bring out clear thought over the North Korea’s denuclearization.
Christian Tybring-Gjedde and Per-Willy Amundsen, nominated Trump for 2019 Noble Peace Prize award because of his efforts to secure the nuclear demobilization of North Korea, according to NRK.
“A process is underway to ensure world peace in the future. It’s a fragile process, but we must, of course, do what we can to help this process yield good results. I believe we can accomplish this by sending a clear signal, namely by awarding Trump the Nobel Peace Prize,”
But the nomination of Donald Trump for Noble Peace Prize missed the final Deadline, so now Mr President will be eligible for the award in the next year. Trump’s nomination for this prestigious honour will put him in the elite club of prominent leaders who got the nomination in the past, including his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
In May 2018, 18 Republicans from Congress sent a letter to Noble Prize Organisation to Nominate Donald Trump for Noble Peace Prize, United States Presidents have a history of getting this accolade on many occasion like President Barack Obama in 2009 and Jimmy Carter in 2002.
This is not the first time that people of other nations have indicated that Mr Trump should have this highest peace honour for his incredible work with Democratic Republic’s of North Korea.
Moon Jae-in, Head of South Korea, and Republicans from US Congress have also said that they think Donald Trump should be considered for this prestigious honour.