Fernando Haddad

“Brazil’s Trump” — who has praised dictatorship and promised a “cleansing” of his political opponents — will take charge of the world’s fourth-largest democracy.
Final opinion polls show Bolsonaro, who's been described as "Brazil's Donald Trump," edging out his leftist rival, Fernando Haddad.
Jair Bolsonaro advanced to the runoff stage of Brazil's presidential election in Sunday's vote.
The rise of a far-right authoritarian has put the future of Brazilian democracy on the ballot in Sunday's vote.