RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Behind the scenes, Ministers of President Jair Bolsonaro have been spreading a bleak prognosis for a potential future government of Sergio Moro (Podemos).
Bolsonaro's staff believes that, if elected president in 2022, Moro "would not last 90 days" in office. He would be toppled by Congress within this time.
According to these Ministers, Moro's only hope would be for the chairwoman of Podemos, deputy Renata Abreu, to persuade the ex-judge to surrender to the political and legal establishment, as Bolsonaro has done.
Incidentally, the President's instruction is for his aides to insist . . .