“Viktor Orban really loves his country and wants his nation to be safe. He has done a powerful and wonderful job protecting Hungary, stopping illegal immigration, creating jobs and trade, and should still be able to do so after the upcoming elections,” Trump wrote in a statement released. . “He is a strong leader and respected by all. He has my total support and support for his re-election as Prime Minister,” he added.
Trump’s statement is related to the Hungarian parliamentary elections scheduled for spring. Their exact date has not been established.
The Hungarian prime minister – the only EU country leader absent from the December Summit for Democracy – is fond of some conservative circles in the US. Last summer from Budapest, the program was hosted by the most popular right-wing publicist of Fox News, Tucker Carslon, presenting Orban’s Hungary as a model for America. This spring, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the largest event bringing together American conservatives, will also be held in the Hungarian capital. This will be the first time the event will be held in Europe.