Republicans sign letter saying Trump should win Nobel Peace Prize

Republicans sign letter saying Trump should win Nobel Peace Prize

Republicans sign letter saying Trump should win Nobel Peace Prize

On 28th April, Kim Jong-Un and his South Korean counterpart, Moon Jae-in, met in the demilitarised zone, the first time in 60 years that a #north korean leader had done so, to start negotiations to bring a formal end to the 1950-53 conflict, along with denuclearisation to the region.

"That's very nice, thank you".

The Fort Walton Beach representative joined 17 other House Republican lawmakers in a letter to the Norwegian Nobel Committee nominating Trump for the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize for "his work to end the Korean War, denuclearize the Korean peninsula and bring peace to the region". "I just want to get the job done".

But, some were sceptical about Trump's chances, including his own son.

No matter what the likelihood is for Trump's getting a Nobel, his public image among South Koreans has been improving markedly as the mood on the Korean peninsula shifts from fears of war to hopes of peace.

Although North Korea has evaded demands from the global community to cease its aggressions for decades, President Trump's peace through strength policies are working and bringing peace to the Korean Peninsula.

Five current House GOP members running for Senate co-signed a letter nominating President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Trump is set to meet with Kim at the end of May or sometime in June, marking the first such encounter between a sitting USA president and a North Korean leader in history.

Denuclearization of North Korea has been a key issue going into the talks between the US and North Korea.

Trump's stalwart strategic posture led to a series of concessions from Kim, including a peace deal and an agreement to complete denuclearization secured during the historic meeting between the two Koreas last week. He has been accused of ruthlessly executing scores of aging generals and party elite members, including his own uncle.

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