In contrast, say Mr Trump's supporters, Mr Obama's successor has made a historic breakthrough in Korea that could potentially put an end to what has always been regarded as one of the most intractable conflicts in the world.
While a Nobel award would cause consternation among Trump's critics, he also has some high-profile supporters.
A group of USA lawmakers nominated Trump for the prize earlier this year, before the summit had taken place (and before it was canceled, then reinstated).
Last December, he wrote: "Trump is insulting Muslims on Twitter" and by contrast praised former President Barack Obama, who won the 2009 prize, as a statesman. Worldwide, the US leader tends the highest, with the North Korean leader following.
Norwegian Nobel Committee must receive the nomination before February 1.
Saudi-Led Forces Open Assault on Yemen Port City of Hodeida
The TV station said the legitimate forces gathering in Al-Durayhemi district and nearby areas, around 10 km south of Hodeidah. The Houthis deny they are Iranian pawns and say their revolt is against corruption and defending Yemen from invaders.
Critics say it is too premature to hail Mr Trump's diplomacy in Korea as a success.
A record 330 people were nominated for the 2018 award.
Any member of a national assembly may submit nominations for consideration. The former has likened the hijab to a Nazi uniform and demanded stricter immigration controls.
Meanwhile, the President of the United States Donald trump believes that everyone thinks he deserves the Nobel peace prize, but he wants another reward.
The Nobel Committee received peace prize nominations for Donald Trump in 2016, 2017 and 2018.
During the phone talks, Moon said Trump had achieved a great success in the summit, laying the foundation for peace not only on the Korean Peninsula but in the entire world.