Published: Thu, May 10, 2018
Global | By Craig Ferguson

Trump weighs in on whether he's deserving of a Nobel Peace Prize

Trump weighs in on whether he's deserving of a Nobel Peace Prize

President Donald Trump told reporters Wednesday that while "everyone thinks" he deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for his involvement in the warming of relations with North Korea, the only prize he wants is a victory for the world.

In the latest episode of Freedom's Disciple, Jonathon Dunne has a special plea to requesting a Nobel Peace Prize for Trump and his handling of North Korea. "Because that's what we're talking about, so that's the only prize I want".

Rep. Messer was one of the first US Congressmen to call for President Trump's Nobel Prize.

Mr Trump, criticised for inflaming global tensions with confrontational tweets, is expected to meet North Korean president Kim Jong-un next month amid signs that tensions have begun to thaw.

Trump added that the deal has a good chance to be successful because "both sides" want to find a resolution. That may change on Tuesday, with an expected announcement by Trump on future US support for the deal.

Mr Johnson said: "The President is right to see flaws in [the deal] and he set a very reasonable challenge to the world". The IAEA has done 400 inspections. "These things are working, so keep the core of it, fix the rest", Johnson said on Monday.

According to Johnson, the United States withdrawal from the agreement would be a big mistake, in the case of unilateral withdrawal of Americans will benefit only Iran.

But he has branded the Iran deal "crazy" because it allowed Tehran to retain its nuclear know-how and to resume the programme in 2025. " I think the authority of the Peace Prize is therefore powerful, that exactly as you're awarded the Peace Prize, you will always be under public scrutiny and have to respond to the public for your actions.

Johnson is on a two-day visit to the United States, during which he is seeking to prevent Trump from pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal.

"&ldquoWe all expect the decoration can stimulate peaceful development", Ms. Reiss-Andersen stated.

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