President Trump Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize – American Media Silent

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President Donald Trump has been nominated to get the Nobel Peace Prize for his “peace through strength ideology”.

Trump’s nomination was announced last Thursday, but the sad part is that it was reported by foreign media, while our media remained silent and ignorant.

The liberal mainstream media need to understand that withholding information from the American public will not help them win their war. It will only alienate Americans from the press, urging them to seek news from foreign sources.

This is the excerpt from the Agence France-Press article that was published last week, as reported by Liberty Writers News:

“A near ­record 318 people and organisations are in the running for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, the Nobel Institute said on Thursday, the motley crew believed to include Syria’s White Helmets, Donald Trump and Pope Francis. The names of the nominees are kept secret for 50 years, but those entitled to nominate candidates – including lawmakers and government ministers, former laureates and some university professors – are free to reveal the name of the person or group they have nominated…”

“THE SAME GOES FOR US PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP, NOMINATED BY AN UNIDENTIFIED AMERICAN WHO WANTS THE US LEADER RECOGNIZED FOR ‘HIS PEACE THROUGH STRENGTH IDEOLOGY’…”

Here’s what a quick google search shows:

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As you can see, no reports in the American media about Trump’s peace prize nomination. This is just disappointing.

In 2009, Barack Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. In 2015 the BBC published a report headlined:

“Nobel secretary regrets Obama peace prize”

The report cited Obama’s ex-secretary, who revealed that awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to US President Barack Obama in 2009 failed to achieve what the committee hoped it would.

Geir Lundestad said that the committee hoped the award would strengthen Obama, but instead, many criticized the decision and said Obama had not had any impact worthy of the award.

“No Nobel Peace Prize ever elicited more attention than the 2009 prize to Barack Obama,” Mr Lundestad writes in his memoir.

“Even many of Obama’s supporters believed that the prize was a mistake,” he says. “In that sense the committee didn’t achieve what it had hoped for.”

 

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