Analysis: Copa America in Brazil becomes Bolsonaro’s trump card and smokescreen

The Copa America hasn't kicked off yet, but the Bolsonaro Government is treating the last-minute hosting of the tournament in Brazil as a victory, notwithstanding widespread criticism.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Copa America hasn't kicked off yet, but the Bolsonaro government is treating the last-minute hosting of the tournament in Brazil as a victory. "Coherence won!," celebrated Chief of Staff Minister Luiz Eduardo Ramos on a social network, after president Bolsonaro's announcement that all games of the championship of South American teams - something rejected by Argentina and Colombia two weeks before its start-, will take place in . . .

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