Christian Tybring-Gjedde, a Norwegian far-right MP, has nominated Donald Trump for the second time for Nobel Peace Prize, 2021. Due to the pivotal role played by Donald Trump in ironing out the prolonged conflicts between Israel and the UAE.
“No matter how Trump acts at home and what he says at press conferences, he has absolutely a chance at getting the Nobel Peace Prize,” Tybring-Gjedde, told The Associated Press in a high-class interview.
Trump took to Twitter last month to announce that the United States helped in striking the historic deal between Israel and the UAE.
Under this agreement, both Israel and the UAE assures to have a thoroughly settled and salubrious relationship. Israel has agreed to suspend asserting autonomy over the areas sketched in Trump’s ‘Vision for Peace.’
“Trump administration played a key role in establishing relations between The UAE and Israel,” the Christian Tybring-Gjedde told Fox News in an interview on Wednesday.
Although he is not a big Trump fan, he lauds Trump to resolve conflicts between nations. His appreciation for Trump can be seen when he told this in his Fox News interview, “The committee should look at the facts and judge him on the facts – not on the way he behaves sometimes.”
Tybring-Gjedde had nominated Trump earlier in 2018 for his efforts and achievements to reconcile the relationship between North Korea and South Korea. “But Trump did not take the award home that year.
The results of the Nobel Peace Prize will not be announced until October 2021.
Trump would be the fifth US president to win the award if he wins. Former presidents who won this award are Theodore Roosevelt in 1906, Woodrow Wilson in 1920, Jimmy Carter in 2002, and Barack Obama in 2009.