Former U.S. President Donald Trump showed up to perplex the leaders of Turkey and Hungary in a project speech in New Hampshire on Monday.
“There’s a man, Viktor Orbán, anybody ever hear of him?” Trump claimed, describing the Hungarian head of state.
“He’s probably, like, one of the strongest leaders anywhere in the world. He’s the leader of Turkey,” the previous head of state claimed. Turkey’s head of state is Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Trump included that Orbán has a “front” with Russia. Neither Turkey neither Hungary has a boundary with Russia.
Trump has actually formerly commended Orbán, that opposes movement and LGBTQ legal rights, and describes his controling design as an “illiberal democracy.” Trump organized him at the White House in 2019.
In turn, Orbán was the initial European leader to back Trump’s 2016 governmental project, and prompted him to “keep fighting” after the previous head of state was struck with a criminal charge.
“Come back, Mr President. Make America great again and bring us peace,” Orbán informed a conference of the U.S. Conservative Political Action Coalition previously this year.