He then claimed he had been given another for “something else” and insisted he should also get one for his work in Syria.
“Serbia and Kosovo, so we signed a deal, so they gave me a prize for that, they gave me a Nobel Prize for something else, they should give me a Nobel Prize for what I did in Syria," said Mr Trump.
After praising his own achievements Mr Trump finally corrected himself.
“When I say Nobel Prize I mean nomination, I don’t know, you know, I don’t know,” he admitted.
"They gave me a Nobel Prize for that, they gave me a Nobel prize for something else" -- Trump falsely claims that he's won numerous Nobel prizes (he clarified in the next breath that "when I say Nobel Prize" he meant, "nomination") pic.twitter.com/N3ZkapzyYj
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 25, 2020
Mr Trump has been nominated for the awards by supporters but it was announced earlier this month that he had been unsuccessful this year.
Instead the Norwegian Nobel Committee selected the UN World Food Programme, a humanitarian organisation focused on feeding the hungry, as the recipient of its 2020 peace award.
The honour appears to have particular significance for the president and he has often mentioned the Nobel Prize actually awarded to Barack Obama, one of a series of elements that form part of Mr Trump’s preoccupation with his predecessor.