TUCKER Carlson is on the move as his latest newscast was streamed from Budapest, Hungary.

Carlson let fans know on Monday, August 2, 2021 that he was on-air live from across the seas.

Why is Tucker Carlson in Budapest?

Carlson made his way to Budapest to visit with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.

"We're in Budapest all this week for Tucker Carlson Tonight and a documentary for Tucker Carlson Originals," Carlson tweeted on August 2, 2021. "Don't miss our first show here starting tonight at 8pm ET on #FoxNews."

The Fox News host will also be speaking at a far-right conference during his stay and is listed under the list of MCC Feszt as a speaker for, "The World According to Tucker Carlson."

Carlson is set to be airing live on Fox all week while he attends the conference.

The visit comes after a 2019 foreign influence operation that Hungary was planning and back then they even have DC lobbying and communication firms $265,000.

“Instead of helping the native population to have more children, the Hungarian government, they say, should import a replacement population from the Third World,” Carlson said in 2019.

“That’s the George Soros solution. But Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orban, has a different idea. Instead of abandoning Hungary’s young people to the hard-edge libertarianism of Soros and the Clinton Foundation, Orban has decided to affirmatively help Hungarian families grow.”

Who is Prime Minister Viktor Orbán?

Viktor Mihály Orbán, 58, is a Hungarian politician who has been Prime Minister of Hungary since 2010.

Prior to his role as Prime Minister, he was also the President of Fidesz, a national conservative political party, since 1993.

Orbán is backing Calson's speech at the festival that is scheduled for August 7, 2021.

He is known as the country's longest-serving Prime Minister and will be up for reelection in 2022.

What is MCC Feszt?

MCC Feszt is a festival dedicated to, "exciting talks, interactive programs, Olympic broadcasts, concerts, party for 3 days in Esztergom."

According to the programs website, MCC Festival, "offers public, interactive and musical programs in downtown Esztergom for three days, where we celebrate the 'Hungarian talent' and where the essence of the MCC can be found: community, public life, culture, science, sports, professional discussions, music, dance, entertainment."

The event will run from August 5-8 and have countless programs dedicated to community enrichment.

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