Analysis: The media will need to bring its A-game to cover the authoritarian leader is coming to CPAC

The link from the “you-will-not-replace-us” chant of the people carrying Tiki torches in Charlottesville five summers ago to the replacement-theory-rhetoric of Hungary’s authoritarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán is direct. And some democracy experts say that the march to the far right at this dangerous moment for American democracy makes it imperative that the media brings its A-game to their coverage of the Hungarian leader’s appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) this week in Dallas.



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