Trump and the Brazilian President, base the “important relationship” to capitalism, conservatism and anti-elitism: Matthew Continetti

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The strong bond between Mr Trump and the President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro can be traced back to the values that you share, Washington Free Beacon editor-in-chief Matthew Continetti said Tuesday.

Earlier in the day, Trump Bolsonaro, the meeting in the White house offered a warm welcome, not only strongly focuses on the self-destruction of Venezuela, but also to Trump the idea of Brazil and the NATO-float candidate.

During Tuesday’s Special Report” All Star panel, Continetti, together with Washington Examiner chief political correspondent Byron York is “and cook Political report national editor Amy Walter — burdened Trump Alliance with Bolsonaro and their joint press conference.


York began with a reference to the fact that Trump have a lot of “adlibbed” meadow about Brazil’s inclusion in NATO, since his national security adviser, John Bolton, the idea of us after the press conference, but expressed the hope that the Alliance can still have an effect in Venezuela.

Walter told the panel that Bolsonaro is one of the very few politicians in the world, where Trump sees “eye-to-eye” in terms of how the government works and “fake news” and it shows that the trombone “has allies around the world who are willing to stand side-by-side with him.”


In the meantime, Continetti insisted that both Trump and Bolsonaro, “one of the most important relationships” in the world.

“Both of you make a new model of leadership for democracies, and that is, they are both nationalists, both of them are anti-elitist, they are both socially conservative, and you can tell by Bolsonaro on the rhetoric, his voters are very similar to many of trump voters and what they are interested in and what they believe, and they are also capitalists,” Continetti told the panel. “So socialism is a issue in this press conference. Trump, once again, framing the 2020 debate in terms of socialism and capitalism. This is an argument that Bolsonaro can understand as well as a trump card.”

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