Brazil’s Bolsonaro spites Moro: “This one can’t handle 10 seconds of debate”

The President commented on the ex-minister's statements against weapons and asked: "How did this guy accept to work with me? All he had to do was say he was leftist."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) on Monday, December 6, said that ex-Minister of Justice Sergio Moro (Podemos) tried to copy his campaign slogan "Brazil above everything, God above all."

"To try to copy my 'Brazil above everything, God above all', he used 'the people above all'. This one can't handle 10 seconds of debate," Bolsonaro laughingly declared while talking to supporters at the Alvorada Palace.

The President also criticized the ex-judge for his statements against arming the population. Throughout his administration, Bolsonaro has relaxed the possession and carrying of weapons. In his autobiography, entitled . . .

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