nearvideo Brazilian President: We want to expand and deepen the trade relations between the USA and Brazil
The “trumpet of the tropics” is in Washington, DC, this week and is expected to meet with President Trump at the White house on Tuesday in what will meet offers a friendly, where the two discuss, trade, and mutual interests.
But Jair Bolsonaro, the far-right Brazilian President who does not leave his country on a high note.
He was followed by a widely tweet criticised by a video reported that during the carnival, and there is also speculation in the country about who knew in the last year, the planned killing of a black Rio de Janeiro city councillor.
Bolsonaro sat down on Monday with Fox News’ Shannon Bream in for an extensive interview.
Bolsonaro, a sexually explicit video, allegedly during the country’s famous carnival, was criticized earlier this month for tweeting. He translated the tweet to his three million followers, in an attempt to show the country of debauchery. He admitted in the post that he wrote not “feel good to show,” but that “we have to reveal the truth, so that the population can be aware of and to set priorities.”
The tweet that allegedly showed a man urinating on another man in public in front of the revelers.
He said that he believes in the traditional values of the family and not hold a grudge against the homosexual community, despite the media trying to paint him as a bigot.
“One of the things that has been elected as a President, my feeling of respect for the families, principles, tradition and customs,” he told Fox News “@Night.” “And, of course, the respect for our culture and our religion. I am a Christian.”
Bolsonaro was also forced to deny any knowledge of the last year, the murder of councillor Marielle Franco.
Franco’s-kill was a source of media speculation in the country due to the professionalism in which it was carried out.
Franco, who was gay, was killed, execution-style. The New York Times reported that a gunman “pumped several bullets into the car that she rode when she went to a work event.”
The killing was allegedly planned three months in advance. The 38-year-old driver was also killed.
The two arrested in connection with the killing were military and law enforcement background. One of them was a retired military policeman and the other a former police officer.
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Bolsonaro is reported to be a former captain in the army, which has close links to law enforcement authorities.
“I learned just about Marielle Franco, after she was killed,” Bolsonaro told Fox. “She was a Councilwoman and I’ve never-I’ve never heard anything about her life. And another point, what kind of motivation could I possibly have to the mastermind, a kind of murder? I didn’t know her.”
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To strengthen despite the problems at home, Bolsonaro’s hopes, his relationship with trump. He said he respected the President and was hoping that your conversation is based in the morning at the White house “on the view to help each other.”
He and Trump shared similar views on immigration, and Bolsonaro said he agrees the trump card for the border security.
“The vast majority of the potential immigrants do not have good intentions,” he said. “You do not intend to make the best-or do good to the American people.”
Bolsonaro was elected last year and is an admirer of trump. He wanted to underline his pro-America stance with a tweet on his arrival on Sunday.
“For the first time in a while, a pro-America, Brazilian President arrives in DC,” he said in the tweet. “It is the beginning of a partnership focused on freedom and prosperity, something that is desired all of us Brazilians have for a long time.”
I am ready to open my heart to him, and do what is good, both the Brazilians and the Americans.