Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s nationalist rhetoric and embrace of culture wars has long made him the black sheep of Europe. But what isolates him among his European contemporaries has endeared him to the American right, and he was welcomed in Dallas, Texas, this week with open arms at the Conservative Political Action Conference, known as CPAC. Laura Barrón-López reports.
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