Governor Bryant restates support for Trump Nobel Peace prize nomination

French President Emmanuel Macron German Chancellor Angela Merkel and U.S. President Donald Trump confer at the start of the

Governor Bryant restates support for Trump Nobel Peace prize nomination

"After almost two decades of gridlock and global anxiety surrounding North Korea's nuclear program, we are now, at last, on the precipice of peace", the letter reads.

The state leaders wrote to the Norwegian Nobel Committee Chairman this week saying the President's efforts to bring peace to the Korean peninsula are transformative.

"Though he has only been in office one year, President Trump has achieved an unprecedented victory for global peace and security", reads the letter.

It credited Trump's "firm stance" and "willingness to engage one-on-one with Pyongyang" for opening "new avenues" of "cooperation, friendship, and unity" between North and South Korea and the rest of the world.

Further, Kim Jong Un agreed to return three American hostages, stop missile testing and may be willing to give up North Korea's nuclear weapons - all because of Trump's strong-willed, forceful diplomacy toward North Korea.

"After almost two decades of gridlock and global anxiety surrounding North Korea's nuclear program, we are now, at last, on the precipice of peace".

"Yesterday, I was proud to join six other governors in highlighting the historical progress President Trump has made toward denuclearization and peace for the peoples of North and South Korea", said Ivey.

Paul LePage has signed a letter with 6 fellow governors backing President Trump's nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize.

"Obama's Peace Prize was a participation prize", he added.

Only about a quarter of US voters say that President TrumpDonald John TrumpOregon governor to face state rep in November Ashford, Eastman neck and neck in Nebraska Dem primary Progressive pick Wild wins Dem primary for Pa. House seat MORE deserves the Nobel Peace Prize, according to a Politico/Morning Consult poll released Wednesday - considerably fewer than those that say former President Obama deserves the accolade.

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