Jair Bolsonaro Fast Facts
Donald Trump was elected the 45th President of the United States, but is the incoming President of Brazil.
Donald Trump became the president of the United States and Brazil’s new president has yet to be elected.
Both are leaders of populist right-wing movements.
Trump takes office with a 43% approval rating, which is below where he was prior to running. According to Bloomberg, he is the least popular president ever.
Since running for office, there has been much speculation about where Trump would take place in power. He has indicated a preference for making Brazil his first foreign visit as president. He has said that he would not visit his own country unless there were major changes that would improve relations and reduce the trade deficit. He also said that Brazil will be easier to protect than the US.
Where is Donald Trump’s next foreign trip to take place?
This week, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will make a trip to Washington where he is expected to attend the annual World Economic Forum. He is expected to speak to U.S. and Brazilian business leaders during the trip. The World Economic Forum, also known as the WEF, is an annual gathering of business and political leaders across the globe. It is held annually to discuss international economic issues such as foreign investment to the U.S. and growth and poverty reduction in developing countries. Bolsonaro is expected to meet with a variety of leaders, from the President of the World Bank to the Vice President of the United Nations to the leaders of the three most common blocs in the Brazilian Congress.
Brazil will be the first state country in the world to elect a president by direct popular vote since Brazil’s 1960 independence from Portugal. Brazil’s electoral system has been called a “kamikaze scheme” by former US President Bill Clinton. The president is elected by national popular vote and he or she is inaugurated on the day following the presidential election.
Bolsonaro is a centrist politician and has a pro-market, pro-business philosophy. He was elected to the presidency by the Brazilian Congress in January. While there had been speculation about his potential political future, he has said that he will only run as the president. Prior to his election, Bolsonaro had been a member of the Brazilian