Analysis: What Changes in Brazil With Biden’s Victory? Less Than Expected

In the opinion of members of the Bolsonaro government, Biden as president does not imply that the United States will isolate Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Defeated candidate Donald Trump, still firmly planted in the White House, continues making baseless fraud allegations, filing petitions for a recount (which is expected, since many votes were very tight) and ordering federal government bodies not to cooperate in any way with president-elect Joseph Biden.

In his crusade to make his White House the opposite of Trump's, Biden has already set up a task force focused . . .

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