Brazil’s Bolsonaro mocks Fernández and Maduro: “there is no vaccine for them”

"I remember when (Hugo) Chávez died and Maduro took over, that he said he talked to little birds in which he had incarnated the figure of Chávez. I believe that for Maduro and Fernández, there is no vaccine", the Brazilian President laughingly declared to a small group of followers

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Thursday, June 10, the Brazilian president, Jair Bolsonaro, scornfully commented on a statement made by the Argentine president, Alberto Fernández, and included the Venezuelan head of state, Nicolas Maduro, saying there are vaccines for them.

"The president of the Argentine people said that they came from Europe, and we came from the jungle," Bolsonaro quoted a statement that Fernández made this . . .

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