Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has indicated that he could appoint his son Eduardo as ambassador to the United States.
Eduardo Bolsonaro is currently a congressman in Brazil and has indicated that he would serve if his father wishes him to do so.
President Bolsonaro said at a press conference that his son's nomination in his words is "something on my radar. Yes, that is possible. "
His son, who is 35 years old, told reporters he would accept" if it is a presidential mission, "said The Guardian.
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The younger Bolsonaro noted that the occupation of the vacant since January 1
Once this happens, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee must vote on it, and if approved, the entire Senate would vote on the affirmation.
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Last November, Eduardo, who advises his father on foreign policy issues, attended White House meetings and wore a "Trump 2020" -Cap.
Some of the other sons of the conservative president are also politically savvy. Flavio is a senator while Carlos is a councilor in Rio de Janeiro.
President Bolsonaro said that Eduardo is a friend of President Donald Trump's children, speaks English and Spanish and has experience abroad.
The president said the nomination "would be the perfect message to Washington."
Critics claim, however, that this would violate laws against nepotism. They also claim that he is not qualified.
President Bolsonaro has presented himself as someone who says that he has promised to dismantle and seek to dismantle a dysfunctional political system in order to arouse the imagination of many citizens who are afraid of finding their place in an ever more diverse and diverse world losing a more inclusive society.
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Bolsonaro was often reliant on his three eldest sons to dislodge ideas and refuse critical press reports: Bolsonaro has another son from a second marriage and a daughter from his third and current wife.
This report contains material from The Associated Press.