RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - By building the democrat presidential slate with Senator Kamala Harris, Joe Biden seems to lead the political coalition that is most directly opposed to a Brazilian president in the history of the US elections.
This is because both Biden and Kamala have been openly, repeatedly and nominally critical of Jair Bolsonaro in recent months, in a move considered by experts to be unprecedented in the relations between the two countries.
"This is the first time in US election history that we see a presidential slate, with a presidential candidate and a vice-presidential nominee, standing so . . .