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Fanny Facsar reports from Budapest, Barbara Wesel from Brussels.
Days after Hungary's Viktor Orban decried a "mixed-race" world, EU parliament leaders issued a strong rebuke.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban urged for the global right to "coordinate the movement of our troops" at a conservative conference in Texas. Former US President Donald Trump is also expected to speak.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is not known for his restraint, but he may have finally gone too far with a speech railing against "mixed-race" populations. A close adviser has stepped down — and fallout continues.
A recent statement by Hungarian President Viktor Orban decrying a "mixed-race" world drew a fresh rebuke. European Commission Vice President Margaritis Schinas criticized the "hatred" behind such words.
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