STUNNING: Popular European Prime Minister Calls For Trump’s Return – ‘The Man Who Can Save The Western World’


(trendingpoliticsnews) – Prime Minister Viktor Orbán of Hungary dramatically said in an interview with Tucker Carlson that Donald Trump, the Republican frontrunner, should be returned to power as he is the only person who can save the West and possibly all humanity. Prime Minister Orbán was speaking in this instance about finding a way out of the quagmire of the Russo-Ukrainian War. Orbán further expressed confidence in Trump’s diplomatic abilities by saying that if Trump were in office back in February 2022, the month the war started, Russia would not have invaded.

Tucker asked Orbán, “If you were in charge of NATO – if you were say Joe Biden – what would your next move be in the war in Ukraine? What would you do?” Orbán answered, “Peace immediately. Call back Trump. That’s the only way out.” Tucker asked him, “Call back Trump?”

Orbán emphasized, “Call back Trump because you know you can criticize him for many reasons. I understand all the discussion but the best foreign policy of the recent several decades belonged to him.”

He continued:

“[Trump] did not initiate any new war[s]. He treated nicely the North Koreans and Russia, even the Chinese. He did a policy, which was the best one, for the Middle East – the Abraham Accords. So that was a very good foreign policy. He is criticized that he is not educated enough to understand the world but this is not the case. Facts count. And his foreign policy was the best one for the world in the last several decades [that] I have seen.”

That segment in the interview can be found here:

The Hungarian prime minister further expounded, “And if he would have been the president at the moment of that the Russian invasion started, it would not be possible to do that by the Russians. Trump is the man who can save the Western world and probably the human beings in the world as well.”

Mr. Orbán won a landslide re-election last year. His conservative party, Fidesz, once more secured over 2/3rd of seats in parliament after polls showed the party lagging. Orbán described the victory as “so big, that it can be seen even from the Moon.” Orbán ran on opposing sanctions on Moscow, opposing further commitment to Ukraine, and on enacting his conservative agenda at home. That 2022 landslide marked the fourth consecutive victory for Orbán and his party. Orbán’s party secured 53.1 percent of the vote compared to the opposition’s 35 percent.