Mr. Messer said the President deserves the award for his role in getting peace talks started between North and South Korea. "It's the biggest change since the end of the hostilities", Graham said on Fox News Friday. "We're not there yet, but if this happens, President Trump deserves the Nobel Peace Prize".
Since the presidential primary, Graham and Trump have gotten closer and the Republican senator has frequently praised the president.
But Trump had also ratcheted up tensions with North Korea.
Graham isn't the only one calling for the president to get the Nobel Peace Prize Rep. Luke Messer, R-Ind., has been calling for the president to earn the prize since March.
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The group claimed in speeches about immigration and foreign and domestic policy that they are "fighting for a better tomorrow". Another resident says she was upset the NSM was allowed to come into her town. "We pick these rallies randomly", he said.
Ingraham began by saying President Trump is "on the verge of a truly historic diplomatic triumph" as South Korea is growing more optimistic that their hostile neighbor in the north will denuclearize.
Messer said he is now gathering congressional support needed to nominate Trump for the prize. On Friday, the two leaders announced an official agreement to end the 65-year-old war between the two countries and work towards a nuclear-free Korean peninsula.
Graham, from SC, says President Trump was critical in getting the two sides to talk because he convinced North Korea that "we will take you down if you keep trying to build missiles to hit the American homeland". Mike Pompeo, Trump's newly confirmed secretary of state, met with Kim in secret three weeks ago.