Sen. Graham: 'President Trump deserves the Nobel Peace Prize'

Casey Dawson
April 28, 2018

His comments come after a historic summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

Rep. Luke Messer (IN-06) says he is "gathering congressional support" to nominate the president following the announcement that North and South Korea are working on officially ending the Korean War.

US Presient Donald Trump would win a Nobel Peace Prize if he solves a North Korean crisis, the Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said in an interview.

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He explained that Trump's "fire and fury" rhetoric and aggressive posture helped bring North Korea to the bargaining table.

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Trump is set to meet the North Korean leader in the coming weeks, but the location and the exact schedules are still being discussed. "Simon DonnellySenate confirms Trump pick for U.S. ambassador to Germany Senate confirms Pompeo as Trump's new secretary of State Experimental drugs bill runs aground despite Trump, Pence support MORE". "Now if that's the benchmark... then Donald Trump, regardless of what happens, has to be a shoe-in for the Nobel".

If that happens, from a national security perspective, he says it could mean one of the biggest threats the world faces - a nuclear-armed North Korea - goes away.

Kim, Moon, and their spouses at a dinner to commemorate the talks. It may not happen, but it is the biggest change since the end of the hostilities.

Last week, Trump gave North Korea and South Korea his "blessing to discuss the end of the war".

While North and South Korea have flirted with peace deals in the past, seeing the two countries' leaders strolling hand-in-hand across their heavily guarded dividing line offers a new hope.

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