Trump greets Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who says, ‘strong’, taking into account the NATO-privileges for Brazil

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President Trump on Tuesday gave a warm welcome to the new Brazilian President, to say, the relationship between the United States and Brazil has “never been better” and suggested that Brazil could privileges be given to the North American Treaty Organization (NATO).

“We (the USA) is on the search of the urgent, we are very inclined to do that, the relationship we have now, was with Brazil, never better, I think, there was a lot of hostility with other presidents, there is no enmity with me,” Trump said as he sat next to President Jair Bolsonaro. “We will see you heavily in terms of whether it NATO, or something to do with the Alliance, but we have a great Alliance with Brazil, better than we ever had.”


Brazil is committed, the status of “major non-NATO ally”, which is a step short of full NATO membership. This would allow certain financial advantages not available to non-members of NATO.

Bolsonaro, who has been called “The trump of the tropics,” was in charge of sworn in this year after the run on a right-wing conservative, nationalist platform — with a penchant for controversial statements, the international headlines. He said Fox News “@Night” on Tuesday, that he many shares of Trump’s views on immigration and border protection.

“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.”

He also tries 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.”

In a speech before the chamber of Commerce on Monday, Bolsonaro said he had to fight with the “fake news” and tenacious coverage of established news organizations.

“We want a great Brazil, just as Trump wants a big America,” he said.

Trump has to say reciprocated Bolsonaro of the publicity, he had done “a very good job” and that he “honored” that Bosonaro campaign was compared to his.

The two countries signed several bilateral agreements, including one that allows the United States, Brazil Alcantara aerospace base for its satellite and Brazil announced an end to visa rules for U.S. tourists visiting the country.


Meanwhile, the crisis in Venezuela is also discussing on the agenda of the two leaders. In the US, Brazil has recognized that the leaders of the national Assembly, Juan Guaido, as Venezuela’s interim President.

Trump on Tuesday in the Oval Office said that “all options are on the table” when it is discussed to have Venezuela, but that the two leaders had military options.

Fox News’ Edmund DeMarche and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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