Budapest Summit on Migration: The migration crisis today cannot be compared with what we saw in 1956
"Mass migration resulting in a rapid demographic change is a bad idea for Hungary, the United States or any country."Read more
When Steve Bannon spoke at the Future of Europe conference in Budapest recently he mentioned that he had just been interviewed by the BBC and that at the end of what was a lengthy conversation, the reporter had to get in one last question. Her last question was about Hungary and Viktor Orbán, and she was so unnerved, said Bannon, that “her head blew up.”
During his long-awaited appearance, Bannon wasted no time in kicking off his speech by praising Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. He also spoke about the media sphere in Europe and how there is not really a political opposition anymore but a ”media opposition”
Stephen K. Bannon, U.S. President Donald Trump’s campaign chief, chief strategist and former senior counselor at the White House addressed the V4 international conference entitled “Future of Europe” on Wednesday evening. Stay tuned for more, but here’s a sneak peek at what he said.