July 5, 2020 | News | No Comments
When Matteo Salvini took to the stage in Milan on Saturday afternoon, he knew he was among friends.
Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s National Rally, had already warmed up the crowd. Geert Wilders, the leader of the Netherlands’ party of Freedom, tapped him on the shoulder to grab a selfie.
And gathered in front of him on cathedral square were supporters of no less than 11 right-wing populist parties from across Europe.
”People gathered here are not the far-right. The extremists are those who have governed Europe for the last 20 years," the Italian deputy prime minister bellowed at the crowd.
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