Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban hopes Donald Trump will travel to Budapest in the coming weeks to boost his re-election campaign. In fact, a government source in the Guardian reported that a thinktank linked to the government of the conservative premier, the Center for Fundamental Rights, has launched an invitation to Trump.
In the vote, scheduled for April 3, Orban Fidesz’s party will have to deal with a compact opposition coalition in what is seen as the biggest challenge to his government since he became prime minister 12 years ago.
Orban was one of Trump’s earliest supporters, backing him as early as summer 2016, and even publicly supported him in the 2020 vote. The two spoke on the phone in January, and Trump returned the favor, publicly backing Orban for the election. of April.