Biden slams Trump-Orban meeting: 'He said he doesn't think democracy works and wants dictatorship'

“Do you know who he's meeting today at Mar-a-Lago?” Joe Biden told his supporters during a campaign rally. “Orban of Hungary has said openly that he doesn't think democracy works and is trying to (establish) a dictatorship.”

“I see a future where we protect democracy, not where we weaken it,” he insisted, as the 81-year-old Democrat made the theme one of his campaign arguments against Donald Trump.

In the same speech, Joe Biden again condemned the 77-year-old former president's comments, which, according to him, encourage Russian President Vladimir Putin to invade NATO countries.

Viktor Orbán exclaimed: “When Hungarians are dying at the front, you are talking to the person who caused their death.”

Despite Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, Hungary is the only EU member to maintain close ties with the Kremlin.

Viktor Orban refuses to send any military support to Ukraine and continues to call for a ceasefire, convinced that Kiev cannot win.

Likewise, Donald Trump is defending his supporters in Congress over $60 billion in US military aid by President Joe Biden.

“We are not playing dice, the only sensible approach for Hungary is to bank on the return of President Donald Trump,” Viktor Orbán declared earlier in the week.

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