Everything Trump Touches Turns To Fail

UPDATE: The Daily Beast vouches for its authenticity:

The unintentionally hilarious Facebook advert falsely claimed that the president “has achieved PEACE in the MIDDLE EAST,” and attached a graphic of a grinning Trump with the caption: “President Trump was nominated for the Noble Peace Prize.” The ad was confirmed as authentic by The Daily Beast. (Trump himself misspelled it in April in a tweet attacking journalists covering his Russia investigation.) Even if it was spelled correctly, the nomination is barely worth celebrating. As has been widely noted, anyone can be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and hundreds of people get put forward every year…


No additional commentary needed, spot the problem yourself:

It’s like he’s being sabotaged, folks. Please don’t start that rumor though, because he’s not.


9 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. davebarnesdavebarnes says:

    The problem that I see is that it does not say: Fat Donnie from Queens was nominated for the Noble Piece [of Ass] Prize

  2. JohnInDenverJohnInDenver says:

    FYI … deadlines are long past for the 2020 awards. So the nomination will be considered for the 2021 "Noble" prize, with an nomination deadline of 1  February 2021. 

    Announcements for the Peace Prize are in October.

    From the committee's standpoint

    The statutes of the Nobel Foundation restrict disclosure of information about the nominations, whether publicly or privately, for 50 years. The restriction concerns the nominees and nominators, as well as investigations and opinions related to the award of a prize.


  3. Mike W. says:

    They're really desperate for this whole Israel-UAE relations stunt to be a thing. Nevermind the four countries, twelve-hundred miles, and absolute lack of hostilities between the two. But hey, now Israel can abuse the Palestinians and the UAE can abuse their indentured laborers from India and Pakistan whilst calling one another neighbors!

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