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Trump nominated for Nobel Peace Prize by Norwegian MP, mentioning Israel-UAE peace deal (2021)

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President Donald Trump has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize by a conservative Norwegian lawmaker, citing the middle east deal.

Conservative Norwegian lawmaker, Christian Tybring-Gjedde has praised Donald Trump for his efforts towards resolving conflicts worldwide. As a result, the President has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize weeks after his assistance in the negotiation of peace between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.

The deal, which will be signed during a ceremony at the White House on September 15, was described by Christian Tybring – a member of the Norwegian Parliament, as a “game changer.”

He said, ‘For his merit, I think he has done more trying to broker peace between nations than most other Peace Prize nominees.”

Tybring-Gjedde, who also serves as chairman of the Norwegian delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, said the Trump administration has played an important role in the creation of relations between The UAE and Israel and so deserves to be a candidate for the upcoming nobel peace prize.

The deal was initially announced by the incumbent President on August 13, in which Trump stated that the United Arab Emirates and Israel have come to a unanimous agreement in establishing wholesome diplomatic ties as part of an agreement to halt the processes the Palestinians are taking with regards to the taking over of Israeli occupied land for their future state.

This remarkable deal has given Donald Trump the upper hand as he seeks re-election, and mirrored a changing Middle East where shared worries about chief enemy Iran have, to a great extent, surpassed conventional Arab support for the Palestinians.

Donald Trump Nobel peace prize has been downplayed by the DNC and mainstream media for days, citing the deal`s result won`t bring total peace to the middle east.

Officials said on Tuesday that senior delegations from the two countries will be in attendance, including Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin