November 25, Budapest – In an interview that’s been published online by the business daily Vilaggazdasag; Viktor Orban, the controversial anti-immigrant Prime Minister of Hungary has revealed that he’s been invited to Washington D.C. by president elect Donald Trump.
In his exchange, Orban has made it clear that Donald Trump thinks very highly of Hungary and its people.
“He invited me to Washington, I told him that I hadn’t been there for a long time as I had been treated as a ‘black sheep’, to which he replied, laughing: ‘Me too’.”
Viktor Orban, as some alright might know, is the Hungarian Prime Minister better known as the leader of an EU state who has repeatedly stood against the mass importation of migrants on European soil.
In his historic speech made in early March 2016, he decried the tenants of forced globalism, and proclaimed that it is “Christianity, not Caliphate” that should symbolize Europe
Orban was quoted as saying he felt that Hungary’s position had “improved greatly” with Trump bound for the White House. That sentiment stands firm with many conservative right wing parties in Europe such as the Front National and UKIP who have grown wary of seeing their countries being transformed demographically.
“I think America will now have a president who is not ideologically limited,” Orban added. “He is an open person who is much more interested in success, efficiency and results than in political theories.”