Regardless of your political views, you really have to feel ashamed for how D.C. treated Donald Trump.
He battled impossible odds: the swamp, the MSM, leftist “resistance,” a global pandemic, and economic meltdown. Despite all that, he was one of the most successful presidents of our generation.
Has our society thanked him? Nope! Instead, we impeached him twice and slandered him and his family.
But soon after he was forced out of office, he is getting yet another honor—from outside the United States.
From The Epoch Times:
Former President Donald Trump was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize on Monday morning by an Estonian member of the European Parliament, Jaak Madison…
Separately, Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz nominated Trump’s son-in-law and former presidential advisor Jared Kushner on Monday morning.
President Trump was once again nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for his work negotiating agreements between Israel and Arab states.
Trump (and his administration) had previously been nominated three other times for this same effort, as well as attempts to negotiating peace between North and South Korea.
In addition to this, Alan Dershowitz nominated Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, for his contributions to the Abraham Accords.
While these recognitions might chaff the Trump-hating left, there is no arguing Trump’s record on global conflict. Most presidents over the last few decades have started new military campaigns (and even wars) overseas.
Trump is the first president in our lifetime to not only not start new conflicts, but end them. He is also the first president in a long time to manage negotiations between Israel and other Middle Eastern nations.
Our leaders in D.C. might not care about peace, but many around the world do. All of the nominations for Trump to receive a Nobel Peace Prize have come from leaders in Europe, not the United States.
It remains to be seen if Trump, or his administration, will get this recognition. There are probably many Americans who would like to see the former president honored in this way. But the decision will be left to the Nobel committee.