Milei says that with its reforms Argentina could look like Germany in 20 years

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By LatAm Reports Editorial Team

According to Milei, the fact that his popularity has increased and his intention to vote means that “the cultural battle is yielding results and the Argentines decided to mature, put on their pants long and once and for all start doing things right.”

This is not the first time that the politician has given an interview to an American journalist, last year, when Milei was a candidate for the presidential elections, accused Pope Francis of having an affinity for the “killer communityists” and of being on the side of the “bloody dictatorships” in an interview given to former Fox News presenter Tucker Carlson, published in X.

Milei met Thursday in Miami (Florida) with the president of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Ilan Goldfajn, to address the technical support of this financial institution in order to “improve the efficiency of spending” and “protection of the most vulnerable people” in the South American country, according to the entity.

The Argentine president also went to Texas, where on Friday he met with businessman Elon Musk. However, the Argentine politician did not pass through Washington or have meetings with members of the government of the US president, Democrat Joe Biden.

This article has been translated from the original which first appeared in Diario El Mundo