Analysis: Ex-Trump aide Steve Bannon's speech in Hungary

Analysis: Ex-Trump aide Steve Bannon's speech in Hungary
By Jim OHaganBryan Carter with BBC
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Ahead of Euronews' exclusive interview with Trump's former right-hand man Steve Bannon, reporter Bryan Carter was in Hungary where the populist icon addressed his far-right counterparts.


Ahead of Euronews' interview with Steve Bannon, our correspondent Bryan Carter has been in Hungary where President Donald Trump’s former chief strategist has stopped off as part of a European comeback tour.

Carter reports on Bannon's speech to far-right counterparts in Budapest yesterday, which the press were banned from recording.

It comes after the nationalist icon had earlier made some highly controversial remarks during a BBC interview.

He said Martin Luther King would be proud of Donald Trump for his record on getting people from black and Hispanic communities into work.

Video editor • Jim OHagan

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