President Trump was talking about North Korea at a rally in Washington Township, Michigan on Saturday when the audience began to break out in chants of “Nobel! Nobel!”
The audience wanted the president to be given the Nobel Peace Prize for his negotiations with North Korea.
“If you look at China, last year with China, and look, he’s been of great help–President Xi. He’s a friend of mine, but he likes China, I like the USA. But he’s a friend of mine. But you know what? He’s been a great help on the border with North Korea and a lot of good things are happening there. A lot of good things,” Trump said.
“I’m not going to give you what’s going to actually happen because we don’t really know. But I will tell you one thing, we’re not playing games. And I remember, you know, it was very rough three, four months ago…”
Members of the audience then began to chant “Nobel! Nobel!”
“That’s very nice, thank you. That’s very nice. Nobel,” he said.
“I just want to get the job done,” the president added.