The voting for the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize has ended, according to our source inside CERN in Norway. "It's because the last American president they didn't like won one in his first year on the job just for showing up".
Moon held a summit with current leader Kim Jong Un last week in which Moon and Kim, the son of Kim Jong Il, walked together across the tense border and agreed to a raft of initiatives meant to ease animosity.
Current feedback from the leaders of the 2 Koreas have raised hopes.
Mr Trump himself is preparing for a potential summit with Mr Kim later this month or in June.
Now there is no such outrage for Trump's nomination. Any consideration of Trump's case would be for the prize awarded in late 2019, as the deadline for 2018 passed on February 1.
Blake wrote that he's "old enough to remember when Republicans were wary of preemptive Nobel Prizes", and recited quotes along the lines of "What has Obama accomplished?", which Blake and even Obama acknowledged during his nomination.
The Nobel Committee has said 330 candidates have been submitted this year, 216 of which are individuals.
Leading the charge of the nomination is Rep Luke Messer from IN, who has something to gain from Trump's nomination.
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That hasn't stopped Trump or some of his supporters from taking up the idea with gusto.
"Which brings us to Donald Trump, our frequently offensive, quite possibly bigoted, scattershot, ill-tempered and characterologically deficient president", the piece, by Will Rahn, said.
"I just want to get the job done", he proclaimed, after fondly pronouncing the word "Nobel".
He said: "I think we'll have a meeting over the next three or four weeks". That's very nice", a smiling Trump said Saturday as supporters at a campaign-style rally in MI chanted "No-bel!
A group of 18 Republicans in the US House of Representatives have formally nominated president Donald Trump for a Nobel Peace Prize.
The letter gives several reasons why the president deserves the award.
Although the letter copiously praises Trump's "maximum pressure" campaign and says there is "no one more deserving of the Committee's recognition in 2019 than President Trump for his tireless work to bring peace to our world", there may be political motivations at play as well.