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BARRY MOORE ON TRUMP’S NOBEL NOMINATION: “I THINK THE COMMITTEE WOULD BE MORE THAN JUSTIFIED IN AWARDING PRESIDENT TRUMP THE PEACE PRIZE”
Enterprise, AL–Barry Moore responded to President Trump’s nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize on Wednesday by saying it’s “a longshot, but appropriate, in my opinion”.
Trump was nominated by Christian Tybring-Gjedde, a member of the Norwegian Parliament and chairman of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly. In his nomination letter, Tybring-Gjedde cited Trump’s key role in brokering the recent peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.
Moore said in a statement:
“I think the Nobel committee would be more than justified in awarding President Trump the Peace Prize. When the other powers in the region see how Jerusalem and Dubai both benefit from working together, they’ll either come along or be left in the sand. It won’t happen overnight, but I think the deal that President Trump’s administration brokered will be viewed by history as comparable to the Camp David accords.
“Two years ago Trump brought Kum Jong Un to the negotiating table, and that was something everyone said was impossible. Now he’s been responsible for a major step towards real peace in the Middle East. Trump has made real, positive progress in not one but two global hot spots. Compare that to Barack Obama, who’d only been in office for nine months when he got the prize just for “representing the ideals of the committee”.
“What matters most is what Trump has actually done. He did bring North Korea to the table. He did move our embassy to Jerusalem. He did bring Israel and the UAE together. He is bringing our troops home from the Middle East. That’s why I, and so many other evangelicals, support re-electing President Donald J. Trump.”
Barry Moore is the Republican nominee for the AL-02 congressional seat in the Nov. 3rd election. He is a small businessman, husband and father of four from Enterprise. For more information, go to BarryMooreforCongress.com or on Facebook @BarryMooreforCongress.
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