Temer Blunders Are Rousseff’s Hope Back to Brazil PresidencyBy
Rousseff’s defense uses audio of Temer allies discussing probe
Soccer star turned Senator Romario criticizes Temer government
When Dilma Rousseff stood down as Brazil’s president last month to face an impeachment trial, it looked all but certain she wouldn’t come back. Yet a series of setbacks for her interim replacement, Michel Temer, may win her the few votes she needs to return to office.
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