Brazil's president tries to suspend case against himself

The Brazilian president claims that audio recordings pinning him to a major corruption scandal have been fabricated. He stresses that he will not step down.

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Brazil's president claims he is not involved in the corruption scandal which prompted the impeachment of his predecessor just one year ago.

Michel Temer says that audio recordings of a conversation, in which he takes part, are manipulated. He emphasizes that he will not resign.

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