According to a transcript of his speech, Soros said Central European University felt “morally obligated” to keep a presence in Hungary to support academic freedom in the country.
"While King has since taken the post down, he is still trying to out the whistleblower, just like other Republicans in Congress and [Mr. Trump] himself," the younger Soros said on Instagram later Thursday. "In doing so they are violating protections put in place to help people root out waste, fraud, abuse and other criminal activity."
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