President Trump Lauds Hungarian Leader Viktor Orban for Fighting on Behalf of ‘Freedom, Patriotic Pride and Liberty’

President Donald Trump sent a beautiful letter to Hungarian President Viktor Orban in response to a correspondence that was sent from the European nationalist icon.

“Thank you for your beautiful letter and for your generous support and encouragement on behalf of the citizens of Hungary,” Trump wrote to Orban.

“I am grateful for your continued friendship and enduring commitment to fighting for the ideals you and I cherish—freedom, patriotic pride and liberty,” he continued.

“Melania and I send our very best wishes to you, Aniko, and your beautiful family. May God bless you and may He continue to bless Hungary,” Trump added, noting that he was “proud” of Orban for the “great job” he did while appearing on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight earlier in the month.

The entire letter can be seen here:

Big League Politics reported on reporter Tucker Carlson’s travels to Hungary where he profiled Orban’s strong populist rule in glowing terms to his massive audience of conservatives:

A condensed version of Tucker Carlson’s interview with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban aired Thursday on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

In the interview Orban explained why leftists and globalists detest him, responded to Joe Biden’s charge that he’s a “totalitarian thug,” shared what makes Hungary a successful country, and weighed in on whether other Western nations have a chance to reorder their societies around traditional values and a strong national identity.

The prime minister believes he’s vilified by leftists and globalists because they’re hell-bent on implementing a “post-Christian” and “post-national” society—something he resolutely opposes. Later in the interview Orban also cited his country’s success in maintaining a social order centered around Christian values and Hungarian nationalism.

“It’s a real challenge for the liberal thinkers that what is going on in Central Europe […] is building up a society which is very successful economically, politically, culturally. Even in demography we have some success, family policy,” he explained. “But the fundamentals of this success are totally different than it is viewed and run and created by many other Western countries.”

“So the Western liberals cannot accept that inside Western Civilization there is a conservative, national alternative which is more successful at everyday life than the liberal ones. That is why they criticize us,” the prime minister added.

Toward the end of the interview Orban called former president Donald Trump “very supportive” and a good friend of the Hungarian nation and Orban himself.

America First is a very positive message here in Central Europe. If, for Donald Trump, ‘America First,’ [then] for us, Hungary could be first as well,” he said.”

The European Right is combining with the American Right, because of visionary leaders like Trump and Orban, and this prospect terrifies not only the Democrats but also sellout RINO Republicans as well.