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Though Hated by Half of the U.S., Trump Racks up Nobel Nominations Abroad

President Donald Trump has picked up another Nobel Peace Prize nomination.

According to the Epoch Times, Estonian member of the European Parliament, Jaak Madison, nominated Trump on Monday. It was Trump’s fourth nomination.

Madison said in a social media post, “In the last 30 years, Donald Trump is the first president of the United States, who, during his tenure, has not started a war. Additionally, he signed several peace agreements in the Middle East which have helped provide stability in the region and peace.”

The latter comment referred to the Abraham Accords, the historic deal for mutual recognition reached last year between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. The U.S. also signed the agreement.

The Accords were the first major peace deal in the Middle East since the mid-1990s.

And despite the widespread unrest in the streets at home and the constant attacks from Democrats and the media, Trump was heralded as a figure of peace in other nations.

The nominations began flowing in September when Norwegian Parliament member Christian Tybring-Gjedde was the first to recommend Trump for the Nobel based on the Abraham Accords.

Then, Magnus Jacobsson, a member of the Swedish Parliament, announced his nomination of Trump for the award for brokering an economic development pact between Kosovo and Serbia.

Said Jacobsson, “Trade and communications are important building blocks for peace.”

Subsequently, a group of Australian lawyers put Trump up for the Nobel for the Israel-UAE agreement.

“What he has done with the Trump Doctrine is that he has decided he would no longer have America involved in endless wars, wars which achieve nothing but the killing of thousands of young Americans and enormous debts imposed on America,” Australian legal scholar David Flint told Sky News Australia on Sunday.

In October Laura Huhtasaari, a European Parliament representative from Finland also identified Trump’s “endeavors to end the era of endless wars” in offering him up for the world’s top peace prize.

In addition, Trump’s son-in-law and close adviser, Jared Kushner, was also nominated for the Israel-UAE agreement.

After the UAE, Israel ventured into deals for normalized relations with Bahrain, Morocco, Sudan.

Last October Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu noted, “This is a new era. An era of true peace. A peace that is expanding with other Arab countries.”

President Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize during his first year in office. The prize recognized Obama’s “extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between people.”

Two years later, the Middle East was in utter turmoil, as mass and often violent protests, toppled regimes in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, and Yemen. Meanwhile, ISIS gained a toehold in Syria, threatening the rule of President Bashar al Assad and eventually establishing its caliphate across much of Syria and neighboring Iraq.

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One Reply to “Though Hated by Half of the U.S., Trump Racks up Nobel Nominations Abroad”

  1. Liam, Your headline “though hated by half of the US” is both not true and irrelevant. You’re just showing more of what we have seen a lot of – democratic hatred for anything not aligning with your beliefs. I do know democrats that do not hate Trump, believe it or not. The idea of “unity” is not going to happen with this continuing hate propaganda agenda.

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