President Trump weighed-in on his possible nomination for the Nobel Peace prize Wednesday, telling reporters the "only prize" he wants is "victory for the world" and a "good deal" to completely denuclearize the Korean peninsula.
In the meantime, a recent poll by SSRS showed that about three-quarters of Americans (77%) approve of President Donald Trump's decision to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
"I think the President, who will be, I think, a shoo-in for the Nobel Peace Prize, should take the high road and forget about President Obama and what the Democrats did when they were in charge", Rivera said Friday on Fox News' "Fox & Friends".
The President elaborated that "the prize I want is victory for the world". "The prize I want is victory for the world", he said. "So that's the only prize I want", Trump responded. I believe that we have both sides want to negotiate a deal.
U.S. President Donald Trump will have accomplished everything but bluster.
In late April, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said that Trump would be a worthy victor of the Nobel Peace Prize, following his own summit with Kim Jong Un.
She said Mr Moon deserved to win the prize in recognition of his peace efforts, leading him to say Mr Trump should get it. A lot of things can happen, lot of good things can happen, lot of bad things can happen.
The clip with Trump's one liner can be seen below. "The only thing we need is peace".