U.S President Trump Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize 2021

by Shatakshi Gupta

The name of US President Donald Trump has been nominated for the Noble Peace Prize for the year 2021.  President Trump has been nominated for contributing to the peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.  He is named by Norway’s Right-wing Parliamentarian Tybring-Gjedde.  Tybring is known in Norway for his anti-immigration stance.  And as the whole world knows that the entire tenure of US President Trump is full of controversies about the migrants.

 According to ‘Mirror’, Tybring-Gjedde said that Trump fulfilled all the three conditions required for this honour.  First, to increase cooperation between countries around the world, which he has done well through negotiations.  Second, reducing the number of militaries, for which he has been vocal since the beginning and he reduced the number of American soldiers in the Middle East.  Third, promote Peace Congress, that Trump has made a tremendous contribution to the peace deal.

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 Tybring-Gjedde said in an interview with Fox News that Donald Trump has contributed more than other Peace Prize nominees in establishing peace between countries.  In the nomination letter sent to the Nobel Committee, he advocated Trump and said that “the Trump administration has played an important role in bringing peace agreement between Israel and the UAE and as expected other countries in the Middle East are also in this direction. We will step forward so that the Middle East can move towards becoming a place of cooperation and prosperity.”

 Tybring-Gjedde told Fox News that he is not a big ‘Trump supporter’ but Trump has played a key role in establishing peace among many conflicting nations.  He took the name of Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan and North and South Korea for this.  But on the matter of Kashmir, there is no interference of Trump on.  Though on several occasions, he has offered to mediate between the two countries on his own behalf, India has always rejected it and said that it is capable of resolving its internal affairs and does not want external interference.