Orban Visits Trump: “Bring Us Peace”

Photos of the meeting are on social media, while Hungary emphasizes the harmony between the two leaders

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban flew to the United States and had a long and cordial conversation with former President Donald Trump at his residence in Mar-a-Lago, Florida. “There’s nobody that’s better, smarter or a better leader than Viktor Orban, he’s fantastic, he’s doing a great job. He’s a noncontroversial figure because he says, ‘This is the way it’s going to be,’ and that’s the end of it. He’s the boss. He’s a great leader, a fantastic leader in Europe and around the world. He’s respected. I am honored to have you here with us.” With these words Donald Trump welcomed the Hungarian Prime Minister at his residence in Mar-a-Lago.

“We need leaders in the world who are respected and can bring peace. Trump is one of them! Come back and bring us peace, Mr. President!” the Hungarian president wrote on X social media.

Hungary’s prime minister arrived in the USA the other day without an official invitation from the White House. The day before, Orban took part in a discussion organized by the Heritage Foundation think tank. US President Joe Biden, at a rally near Philadelphia, commented on yesterday’s meeting, identifying Orban as a leader who is “looking for” dictatorship: “You know who Trump is meeting with today down at Mar-a-Lago? Orban of Hungary, who stated flatly he doesn’t think democracy works and is looking for dictatorship,” Biden said.