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Was Hungarian Prime Minister right when he said U.S. election marks the end of a "liberal non-democratic world"?

  • Yes. This is true.

    I believe this is true. The Hungarian Prime Minister was right when he said the United States elections marks the end of a liberal non-democratic world. This is because he believes that Trumps victory comes about with real democracy and that is what the people want. Therefore i believe that he was right.

  • The election stands for freedom.

    The Hungarian Prime Minister was right, because what Clinton stood for was non-democratic. Clinton stood for a ruling elite deciding what is good for the rest of us. She thought that she knew what was best for Americans. In this case, the American people decided that they still want to have a voice, and they voted for conservative freedom.

  • I think so

    We still have a democracy (hopefully), but there's been a global shift away from liberal policies and politics. The GOP is now run by the radicalized right, and there are no more powerful moderates in that party. There's almost no middle ground anywhere anymore. The US is heading so far right and that's scary.

  • The Hungarian Prime Minister was wrong when he said U.S. election marks the end of a "liberal non-democratic world"

    The Hungarian Prime Minister was wrong when he said U.S. election marks the end of a "liberal non-democratic world." It really is a stupid comment made by a political leader that should know better. Fine, the election did not go the way you want. That doesn't give you license to be an idiot.


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