Trump celebrated his second nomination on Twitter earlier this week, reposting several congratulatory tweets from Conservatives.
- The Trump campaign released an advertisement mispronouncing the “Nobel Peace Prize” as “Nobel” to celebrate his second candidacy.
- Citing his role in normalizing relations between the United Arab Emirates and Israel, an extreme right-wing Norwegian legislator once again nominated President Donald Trump for the prestigious award.
- Anyone can be nominated for the prize and hundreds will be submitted each year.
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The Facebook Advertising The text shows Trump smiling on the overlay: “President Donald Trump was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize,” and a headline: “President Trump has reached peace in the Middle East!”
Christian Typing-Gazette Told Fox News “The Nobel Peace Prize and Donald J. Trump should be awarded for all efforts to lead to peace in the region.”
Typing-bike Previously threw Trump’s name Running in 2019 for his diplomatic efforts with North Korea.
Of course, Trump did not enjoy widespread peace in the region. The Trump administration’s highly-planned plan to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was immediately rejected by Palestinian leaders earlier this year, and US troops are still being sent to Iraq and Syria.
Any head of state or member of the national government A candidate can submit, Hundreds of people are presented with valuable compliments every year. These rules allow university professors and directors of foreign policy institutions to submit candidates. The BBC reported.
Trump celebrated the recognition on Twitter on Wednesday morning by re-posting congratulatory messages from Conservatives.
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The president has long wanted the gift, and it was before The selection committee exploded For not already paying homage to him.
His re-election team moved quickly through advertisements and campaign emails and speeches to celebrate supporters for donations.
Four US presidents have won the Nobel Peace Prize, most recently in 2009 by former President Barack Obama and criticized by Trump.
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