Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in a speech in July 2018 that the generation of the post-communist '90s is replacing the generation of '68 and that its values are those of Christian democracy. He said Christian democracy is not compatible with the key tenets of liberalism and therefore should be considered 'illiberal.'
At the moment economically progressive policies such as medicare for all, the green new deal, and taxing the rich at higher rates are overwhelming popular within the United States. This trend follows around the world. Yet at the same time socially conservative outlooks are also on the rise. Christian democracy is an ideology that balances both of these outlooks and as such may take the place of traditional liberal politics.
Christian democracy is still fundamentally liberal as it balances representative democracy with a capitalist economic system