Meanwhile, the Biden administration has taken a cooler stance toward Bolsonaro than its predecessor. On a visit last week to Brazil, White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan He reportedly warned his Brazilian counterparts Not to disrupt their country’s elections. “We were … very direct, expressing our great confidence in the ability of Brazilian institutions to conduct free and fair elections while providing appropriate safeguards and protection against fraud,” Juan Gonzalez, senior director of the National Security Council for the Western Hemisphere, told reporters. During a briefing on Monday. We stressed the importance of not undermining confidence in that process, especially since there were no signs of fraud in the previous elections.