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Viktor Orban's days are numbered, we just don't know the number yet.


Something is going to come out – some scandal, and people are going to demand that he step down. And I think his own party will turn against him. And I suspect that this will all happen in May.

On the eve of Independence Day, Todd Williams checks in to talk about signs of big political change on Hungary’s horizon, Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s growing unpopularity and an energy deal with Russia that has Hungarians nervous about an old foe.

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Todd Williams

Todd Williams is an African-American from Sacramento, California who has lived in Budapest, Hungary for the past 26 years, mostly by chance.


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