Temer não quer “climão” com Dilma na abertura da Olimpíada


Luiza Pollo

17 de julho de 2016 | 06h05

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O presidente em exercício Michel Temer diz que não haverá mal-estar se encontrar Dilma Rousseff na abertura dos Jogos Olímpicos. “Quem é educado pessoal e politicamente não tem esses constrangimentos”, alfineta.

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