RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As some minor allies turn away, Jair Bolsonaro's undoubtedly most important and influential "friends" remain faithful, praying for him in an unprecedented commitment to the September 7 protest march in the president's favor.
Some of the country's leading evangelical pastors have joined together in summoning believers to an act of support for the president, which will occupy Avenida Paulista in São Paulo.
They include Estevam Hernandes, creator of the March for Jesus; Samuel Câmara, pioneer of the Mother Church, the first of the Assemblies of God in Brazil founded a century . . .