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North Korea Summit: Jimmy Carter Says Deal Might Make Trump Nobel Prize Worthy

WorldNews Tuesday, 22 May 2018
North Korea Summit: Jimmy Carter Says Deal Might Make Trump Nobel Prize WorthyFormer President Jimmy Carter believes that President Donald Trump has a legitimate case to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize if he brokers a denuclearization deal with North Korea....
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