Donald Trump says 'everyone' thinks he should get Nobel Peace prize

The person who put forward the idea of Trump winning the big one was the President of South Korea

The person who put forward the idea of Trump winning the big one was the President of South Korea

Well, maybe so. There's a lot to happen yet - the peace process is approaching, as Winston Churchill might say, the end of the beginning rather than the beginning of the end - but the thaw undeniably came immediately after, and therefore can plausibly be attributed to, months of bellicose rhetoric from Trump. "Is this what you want?"

At least 18 Republican members of Congress have nominated Trump for the prize, which was won by Barack Obama in 2009.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in vowed "complete denuclearisation" of the Korean peninsula in the first inter-Korean summit in more than a decade on April 27, but the declaration did not include concrete steps to reach that goal. "The prize I want is victory for the world, not for even here, I want victory for the world-because that's what we're talking about, so that's the only prize I want".

"In in a few moments, I will sign a presidential memorandum to begin reinstating USA nuclear sanctions on the Iranian regime".

"It could not be possible for us to accept responsibility to how folks behave or behave themselves in years as soon as they receive the award", Ms. Reiss-Andersen stated. We very much look forward to having the meeting between the United States and North Korea. The letter to the Norwegian Nobel Committee was sent last week.

Trump said Wednesday that he is hopeful his meeting with Kim - whom he not long ago was mocking as "Little Rocket Man" - will be successful.

Trump has until May 12 to decide whether to reintroduce USA sanctions on Iran, which would deal a heavy blow to the agreement.

"So the relationships we have with (Japanese) Prime Minister Abe, President Moon and President Xi, I think it all goes into what is taking place right now".

At the meeting, Yahoo News also asked Trump whether he plans to ban reporters from the White House.

"Everything can be scuttled, a lot of things can happen", he said. "I think we have a really good shot at making it successful".

"Both sides want to negotiate a deal". That may change on Tuesday, with an expected announcement by Trump on future USA support for the deal.

Trump did not answer the question.

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