Why Brazil's President Temer may have to resign

Zoomin.TV Canada - Saturday, 20 May 2017
President Temer has come under intense pressure after TV Globo revealed he's involved in Brazil's biggest corruption cases ever. He doesn't want to resign, but Brazilians want him out.

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