“I remember that Hilary Clinton worked hard against my idea to go to Iran. She even called the Emir of Qatar and asked him to convince me not to go. When I arrived in Moscow and met with [Dmitry] Medvedev, I found out Obama had called and asked him to help convince me not to go.”
Amid a flurry of corruption allegations, Brazil’s leftist candidate Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva tops the presidential polls, reflecting the growing discontent with Brazil’s recent rightward surge.
Even after three judges from Brazil's Fourth Regional Federal Court, TRF-4, unanimously upheld his 2017 corruption conviction — a case many observers deem lawfare at its finest — former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio "Lula" da Silva continues to top this year's presidential poll. The survey, which was undertaken by Datafolha