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Two Norwegian lawmakers nominate Trump for Nobel Peace Prize
A pair of Norwegian lawmakers has nominated President Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize after he signed an agreement with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday to work toward the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

The nomination, reported by Norway's state broadcaster, NRK, comes a little more than a month after a group of House Republicans sent a letter to the Norwegian Nobel Committee formally requesting that the president be nominated for the coveted prize.

The Norwegian lawmakers who nominated Trump were Christian Tybring-Gjedde and Per-Willy Amundsen of the country's right-leaning Progress Party, which advocates for limited immigration and shrinking the size of government.

The nomination is for the 2019 prize, because nominations for this year closed in January

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The Prize is no longer coveted. It was awarded to BHO simply for being elected. For our President to accept it would be a disgrace ~ unless the BHO Prize is revoked.

Not saying the intentions of those who proposed it were suspect.

The Prize itself is suspect.
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