“Brazil’s Greatest Cost Is Bolsonaro,” Says Fernando Haddad

The statement was made at an event celebrating the Workers' Party 40th anniversary.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - During a speech to the Workers' Party (PT) faithful, celebrating the party's 40th anniversary this weekend in Rio, the former mayor of São Paulo and the party's defeated candidate in the 2018 presidential elections, Fernando Haddad, criticized President Jair Bolsonaro and the Minister of Economy, Paulo Guedes.

"We are becoming barbarians without even realizing what these guys are doing. The President says that an HIV-positive patient is expensive to the country? He's the one who is expensive! This country's greatest cost is Bolsonaro," Haddad said in a reference to Bolsonaro . . .

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