Michigan Crowd Chants ‘Nobel!’ When Trump Brings Up North Korea, by Tyler O’Neil.
On Saturday night, President Donald Trump opted to speak at a campaign-style rally in Michigan instead of addressing the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner. The crowd proved so enthusiastic, they would have given the president the Nobel Peace Prize.
Speaking of China’s President Xi Jinping, the president said, “He’s been a great help on the border with North Korea and a lot of good things are happening there.”
Moments later, one loud voice started chanting, “Nobel! Nobel!” Flattered, President Trump chuckled with understanding, saying “Nobel” and walking away from the podium.
The crowd took up the chant, “Nobel! Nobel! Nobel!” for ten seconds as the leader of the free world stood speechless before the podium. He looked like he was on top of the world.
“That’s very nice, thank you. That’s very nice,” the president said, truly meaning his words. “Nobel,” he said, with a massive grin on his face.
Obama was awarded a Nobel Peace Price on his first 11 days in office — the nomination period closed then. But as everyone knows, he was awarded it for being left-wing and black — just virtue signalling and self-congratulations by the Norwegian Prize committee. Donald Trump could walk on water and their only comment would be to complain that he cannot swim.