As Brazil struggles to come to terms with the chaotic riots of Jan. 8, a key figure haunts the proceedings: Jair Bolsonaro. The ex-president is now in Florida, where he periodically greets supporters.
Author: Sergio Olmos
Published: 2023-01-25 05:26 pm
Former President Bolsonaro is now living in Florida, far away from unrest in Brazil
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As Brazil struggles to come to terms with the chaotic riots of Jan. 8, a key figure haunts the proceedings: Jair Bolsonaro. The ex-president is now in Florida, where he periodically greets supporters.

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