Government has yet to react to US midterm elections, but happy with DeSantis’ victory

There has been little reaction from the Hungarian government to the US midterm elections as all the results are still pending. The Prime Minister’s Director of Political Affairs has already congratulated Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

Gergely Gulyás, the minister who heads the prime minister’s office, was asked about the US midterm elections in his weekly magazine. Press conferenceHe said they are still waiting for results, but to avoid a Democratic majority, Republican candidates for the Senate must win in states that are still open. is not likely to win the House of Representatives, but it is likely to win a majority in the House of Representatives,” he speculated, adding, “Hungary will respect the decisions of American voters.”

Re-elected Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is held in high esteem by Hungarian conservatives.Prime Minister’s Director of Political Affairs Ballers Orban congratulated DeSantis and newly elected Ohio Senators JD Vance on Twitter.

According to István Kovács, strategic director of the Center for Fundamental Rights (Alapjogokért Központ) think tank, DeSantis “declared a serious war against awakened ideologies”. “It’s not an exaggeration to say that not only did he win the election, but he won this battle with flying colors.” FacebookSee fact The Republican candidate beat his opponent by the widest margin since 2002. “Common sense won in Florida,” he added.

The midterm elections have not been a central topic of communication among Hungarian politicians in recent weeks, but some have spoken out on the issue.

Prime Minister Victor Orban Posts Congratulatory Address message From Donald Trump on Oct. 27. “It’s always great to hear from our good friend Donald Trump. Let’s make US-Hungary relations great again,” he tweeted.formerly he called Former Trump adviser Stephen Bannon’s conviction is “a political witch hunt against a true American patriot.”

Viktor Orbán says: panel discussion “The hope for peace is called Donald Trump,” he said in Berlin last month in reference to the war in Ukraine.

The former president met Hungary’s prime minister when Viktor Orban delivered a speech at CPAC Texas in Dallas in August.

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Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Siyart speaking in Jordan last week welcomed The likelihood of a Republican victory in the midterm elections. A stable government led by Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel and a Republican majority in the US Congress would be “the most promising and hopeful development” for peace and security in the Middle East, he said.

Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) event on tuesday. Steve Hayward, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, said the divide between his two political camps in the United States is widening. MCC visiting lecturer Gladden Pappin said the security situation in many US cities is currently very bad. “This is exacerbated by inflation and a lot of misinformation,” he added. Simon Hankinson, Senior Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, said many Americans need help, and while everyone is feeling the ill effects of inflation, multiple convicted criminals are freeing the streets. He said he was walking to


There are winners from Hungary in the midterm elections as well.Democrat Becca Balint Elected As the first woman and first LGBTQ+ person to represent Vermont in Congress.balint old man She was killed in the Holocaust and her Hungarian-Jewish father immigrated to the United States in 1957.

The Hungarian opposition has been mostly silent about the midterm elections. Andras Fekete Gyorthe former president of the liberal Momentum Party wrote on Monday that “the Trumpist’s downfall is in Hungary’s national interest.”

“Many people have been disappointed with the Biden administration over the past two years, but many have not forgotten the discrimination and unreasonable attacks under the previous Trump administration. I look forward to seeing Facebooken route to Washington as part of an ALDE party family delegation.

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