Brazilian President Michel Temer delivers a speech during the swearing in ceremony of his new ministers of Justice and Foreign Affairs, at Planalto Palace in Brasilia, on March 7, 2017. AFP / EVARISTO SA
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Temer, 76, and his 33-year-old wife Marcela, find the cavernous, glass-fronted building spooky.The Temers then moved to the still luxurious but smaller Jaburu Palace nearby.Temer knows it well: This was his residence when he served as vice president until last year when then-President Dilma Rousseff was impeached for breaking budget accounting laws.That automatically put Temer in the top job and in the Alvorada. No one filled his vacant vice presidential post, however, meaning he can now take his pick of palaces.The house moving comes in the middle of a severe political crisis for Brazil, with many of Temer's allies facing potential corruption probes.
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