US President Donald Trump was nominated for the “2021 Nobel Peace Prize” by Christian Tybring-Gjedde, a member of the Norwegian Parliament.
US President Donald Trump was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his contribution to the “historic peace agreement” between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.
Tybring-Gjedde, in his candidacy letter to the Nobel Committee, pointed out that the Trump administration played a key role in establishing relations between Israel and the UAE, saying: “As other Middle Eastern countries are expected to follow in the footsteps of the UAE, this agreement is a zone that will turn the Middle East into a zone of cooperation and welfare. It may be a game changer “.
Indicating in his letter that Trump played a key role between the North and South Korea and India-Pakistan talks, Christian Tybring-Gjedde is a member of a conservative-leaning populist party in Norway.
In 2018, a letter was sent to the Nobel Committee by 18 Republican congressmen from the United States to nominate Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize.
In the letter, it was stated that he should receive the Nobel Peace Prize for “Trump’s work in ending the Korean war, denuclearizing the Korean peninsula and bringing peace to the region.”
The letter stated, “No one deserves the award more than Trump for working tirelessly to bring peace to our world.”