President Trump’s efforts when it comes to North Korea and elsewhere have sparked some Nobel Peace Prize talk, and one Republican congressman is “gathering congressional support to formally nominate President Trump” for the award:
— Rep. Luke Messer (@RepLukeMesser) April 27, 2018
Resistance hornet’s nest = shaken, kicked and poked with a stick.
Counterpoint: this is the worst idea ever.
— Dan Canon (@dancanon) April 27, 2018
This is how my tax dollars are being wasted, @RepLukeMesser please step down from office and quit wasting the Indiana tax payers' money
— Justin McAdams (@McAdamsJustin) April 27, 2018
dude. you don't really want to do this. you will be mocked for the rest of your life and after that too
— bardlar flankinson (@BFlankinson) April 27, 2018
With all due respect I think you need a drug test after saying something so ridiculous
— The Sports Guy (@smsportsguy) April 27, 2018
Have you lost your mind. He is arrogant, nasty, racist a hole His name should not be added in with the great ppl who been nominated or won this award
— Jackie (@oldhippie201) April 27, 2018
You have lost you ever-loving mind.
— Pamela Farrow (@PamelaPffarrow) April 27, 2018
he's supporting the bombing of yemen, has threatened nuclear war and the obliteration of a country. https://t.co/91nSXGyMsx
— andy (@Brooklyn__Mets) April 27, 2018
— Kimberly Hotz-Hedges (@kim_hotzhedges) April 27, 2018
Obviously, a blatant insult to Obama. They know no shame.
— Daniel B. Richard (@DanielBRichard) April 27, 2018
I trust you can provide actual, indisputable evidence of the actions he's taken to make this happen? Because by all accounts, it looks like he had absolutely nothing to do with it.
— Susan Szilagyi (@susanszil) April 27, 2018
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