Donald Trump has invited Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to an official visit to Washington D.C.—a clear indication of what the new U.S. President’s attitude toward the Third World invasion of Europe is going to be.
The invitation was made in a telephone call between the two men last week, it was revealed.
In an interview published in the Hungarian Vilaggazdasag newspaper, Orban said he had spoken “on the phone with the new U.S. president and I can say that our position has improved remarkably.”
The Obama regime and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had waged a constant diplomatic war against Orban and Hungary, claiming that they were “eroding democracy” because of that nation’s refusal to accept the fake refugee invasion of Europe.
“Donald Trump has made it clear that he regards Hungary highly,” Orban told the Vilaggazdasag.
“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.’”
Orban built a wall along his country’s border after pressure was brought by the famous nationalist mayor of the town of Asotthalom, and the “build a wall” policy was a main plank of Trump’s election campaign.
During the U.S. election campaign, Orban was the first EU leader to endorse Trump, supporting his position on immigration and security.
Orban was also one of the first world leaders to congratulate Trump after his victory, saying the result marked the end of a period of “liberal non-democracy.”
Orban told Vilaggazdasag that with Trump, the United States will have a president who is “not ideologically restricted, but an open person.”
“He is much more interested in success, efficiency, and results than in political theories.
“This is good for us, as the facts are with us,” Orban added. “The economic cooperation has always been good, only the ideologies presented obstacles.
“I sensed that he knows that Hungarians are a brave and freedom-loving people, who in the last six years have achieved outstanding economic results.”