RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Throughout 2019, the world heard the name of Brazil's ultra-right-wing president, Jair Bolsonaro. Whether for denying the fires in the Amazon, silencing himself before human rights violations in the country or for his taunts to a number of figures who criticize him for his positions against the environment, the press or minorities.
From Leonardo DiCaprio to Emmanuel Macron as targets, Bolsonaro put energy into promoting insults, in a disruptive narrative that keeps him in play.
However, when his interlocutors are entrepreneurs, Bolsonaro is a charm. "You are true heroes," he repeats in his . . .