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Trump, Hungarian ambassador address NY Young Republican Club gala in Manhattan

Former US President Donald Trump and Hungarian Ambassador Szabolcs Takacs were among the guests addressing an annual gala dinner hosted jointly by a US and a Hungarian organisation in Manhattan on Saturday evening.

Addressing the event which was co-hosted by the New York Young Republican Club and Hungary’s Center for Fundamental Rights, Trump said next year’s ballot in the US would be more important than ever. The United States he said was facing a migration crisis much graver than in 2016. He accused the Biden administration of using government institutions “as a weapon” against its political opponents.

Takacs said under Trump’s administration Washington had regarded Hungary a valued partner, a friend which Hungary would never forget. He praised joint achievements noting the conclusion of a bilateral defence cooperation. Commenting on international affairs, “Hungary will not yield to the globalists’ pressure” and will seek ties with political leaders who respect their homeland, national sovereignty and the cause of the family, and who will stand up for their communities and ideals, Takacs said.

The gala was attended by around 1,000 guests including several members of the US Congress, conservative personalities as well as MEPs including Hungary’s ruling Fidesz and Austria’s Freedom Party.

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