RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Robert O'Brien, National Security Advisor to US President Donald Trump, began an official visit to Brazil on Monday in the city of São Paulo with the signing of a number of agreements that include multi-million dollar investments in the country.
This is the second visit in a month by a senior official of the Trump Administration to Brazil amid an election campaign in the United States, following a controversial stopover by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a region bordering Venezuela.
The first trip focused on the situation in Venezuela and prompted a . . .