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Hungary’s Orbán tells CPAC: ‘We must coordinate a movement of our troops’ to fight liberal order

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Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has told a conference of US conservatives that the West is locked in "a clash of civilisations". The right-wing leader drew enthusiastic applause at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Texas. His speech comes after his longtime cabinet adviser resigned over comments he made that she described as "pure Nazi"
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Hungary's Orban fires up Texas conservatives

The right-wing leader says in a speech to Republicans that the West is locked in "a clash of civilisations".

10 days ago·United Kingdom
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Reuters

Hungary's Orban urges U.S. conservatives to join forces in 2024 elections

U.S. and Hungarian conservatives must join forces in 2024 elections to "take back" institutions in Washington and Brussels from liberals who threaten western civilization, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Thursday.

10 days ago·United Kingdom
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The Guardian

Hungary’s far-right PM Viktor Orbán speaks at CPAC summit – as it happened

Orbán gives address to Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas

10 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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The Independent

Hungary's autocratic PM Orban addressing US conservatives

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is in the U.S. to speak to one of the nation's largest gatherings of conservative activists

10 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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USA Today

Viktor Orbán, Hungary's authoritarian leader, spoke at CPAC. Who is he?

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10 days ago·United States
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CNN

Orban addresses conservative confab in Texas, setting the stage for Trump speech this weekend

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban won over the crowd at CPAC Texas on Thursday, arguing that his nationalist agenda in Hungary aligns with the goals of the American conservative movement -- and sounding a lot like the conference's upcoming Saturday keynote speaker, former President Donald Trump.

10 days ago·Atlanta, United States
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