Former President Trump was nominated for another Nobel Peace Prize this Monday by an EU Parliament member, Jaak Madison.
In a message on social media, Madison claimed:
“Trump is the first president in 30 years who did not start a war. On top of this, he made several peace agreements in the Middle East.”
The peace agreement Madison was mentioning was the Abraham Accords, a joint message among Israel, the US, the UAE, Bahrain and other Arab nations.
Trump was chosen for the same honor last year when Norwegian EU Parliament member Christian Tybring-Gjedde nominated him for the Nobel Peace Prize.
“Trump has done more to establish long-lasting peace between nations of the world, especially in the Middle East, than most other nominees,” Tybring-Gjedde said in 2020.
Also, Alan Dershowitz has nominated Trump’s former advisor Jared Kushner for the same Peace Prize. Dershowitz—who is allowed to nominate people because he is a former Harvard Law professor—said that he nominated Kushner because he helped to create the Abraham Accords.
“The Nobel Peace Prize is not about what the world community thinks of those who brought about peace,” Dershowitz stated. “It is an award for continuing the overwhelming task set forth by Alfred Nobel.”
Under the huge diplomatic agenda, President Trump’s White House also negotiated deals with Morocco and Sudan.
Meanwhile, President Biden is expected to review all deals which the Trump administration made, including certain arms deals with Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Some have complained about the deal with Morocco because, to get the agreement, the US had to recognize its claim over the disputed Western Sahara area.
The Nobel Peace Prize will be awarded to a winner in November 2021.