We all thought the Nobel Peace Prize had become worthless after Obama received it for doing absolutely nothing.
But now the award is back in the spotlight because President Trump is a serious contender for it!
And he’s just received his third nomination for the award today.
Check out the details from Newsweek on the breaking story:
On Monday President Donald Trump was nominated for the third time this year for a 2021 Noble Peace Prize. The nomination came courtesy of Australian law professors praising the “Trump Doctrine” against endless wars.
While speaking with Sky News in Australia, law professor David Flint explained why he decided to nominate Trump.
“The Trump Doctrine is something extraordinary, as so many things that Donald Trump does. He is 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. “What he has done with the Trump Doctrine is that he has decided that 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.”
During his interview with Sky News, Flint also spoke about the recent peace deal announced by Trump between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), making the latter the third Arab country to make peace with the Jewish nation.
Think about that for a moment.
Every President since Jimmy Carter, even Reagan, has tried to bring peace to the Middle East.
Trump’s actually succeeding and that’s why he deserves the prestigous award.
The media's going to give this little to no attention.
Because that would draw attention to the amazing job Trump is doing.
Just imagine how quickly peace in the Middle East will go down the drain with Sleepy Joe!
Here's more from the Hill on the importance of Trump's nomination:
“For his merit,” said the Norwegian official of Trump, “I think he has done more trying to create peace between nations than most other Peace Prize nominees.”
No doubt that is true. Certainly, Trump has created more peace than 1994 winner Yasser Arafat — and more than the 2009 winner, then-President Obama, who relied heavily on foreign policy experts to downgrade America’s preeminence in world affairs.
Foreign policy experts countered former President Reagan in his fight against communism. They opposed Reagan at every turn; he ignored them and won the Cold War.
We see a replay here. The so-called experts oppose Trump’s “America First” foreign policy. They worked against his election, signing strongly worded letters. They predicted chaos and bloodshed. They counseled both appeasement and never-ending war. They questioned America’s moral legitimacy. They fomented congressional investigations and impeachment. They railed against his creation of a Space Force as a new branch of the U.S. military. They warned against holding our NATO allies accountable for their financial obligations.
Trump campaigned on promising to end our “forever” wars. He believed our NATO allies should contribute more to their own national defense. He called for other countries to account for misappropriating America’s blood and treasure. And he called on American leaders to account for spending our blood and treasure without increasing world peace or American security; he lamented the loss of our nation’s youths in other countries’ conflicts.
His agenda was clear. His goals were unpopular with foreign policy experts but popular with the families of our military members, not to mention with taxpayers. Why pay for no discernible progress in Iraq and Afghanistan while our own infrastructure crumbles at home?
The experts’ technocratic leadership has been dangerous and costly; we saw the devastation that those experts brought under both of the preceding administrations: Libya became a den of vipers. Iran took our soldiers captive and tried to humiliate them. ISIS established the first territorial caliphate in hundreds of years. Radicals decapitated American journalists and 21 Coptic Christians, among countless other prisoners, for all to see; American aid worker Kayla Mueller suffered captivity, rape, torture and death at the hands of those savages. Iran received an expert-approved nuclear windfall, complete with pallets of cash delivered by military transport in the dead of night to the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism.
Trump reversed all of these blunders. He strengthened our military; he held NATO allies accountable for their financial commitments to the alliance that protects them. He negotiated the release of Americans held captive abroad; he brokered a deal between the governments of Kosovo and Serbia.