LISA BOUCHERVILLE: The first lady of Brazil says she would not like to have a “vacation” in the U.S.A.

LISA BAUDERVILLE is the first lady and first lady-elect of Brazil, a country with the world’s third-largest oil reserves and the world No. 2 oil producer, and she’s looking to expand her influence in Washington.

Boucherville said she’d like to travel to the United States in her role as first lady, but she thinks her trip would be a mistake.

“It’s a very difficult decision,” she told ABC News in an interview, when asked about her options.

“I’m very much looking forward to my trip.

I think that’s the first thing that needs to be said.

And the second thing that should be said is to go there.”

Bouchers visit the U, which has been hit hard by hurricanes and wildfires, and the Brazilian president is already planning a trip to the U in October.

She plans to visit Washington on a day when President Donald Trump is hosting a summit with the leaders of the five major U.N. agencies.

Boukers and her husband, Paulo Sérgio de Oliveira, are expected to be in Washington in October to take part in a summit of the leaders, and they will also attend a meeting of the governors of the six states that have been affected by the hurricanes, according to a press release from the president’s transition team.

Bouchiers visit to Washington would mark the first time a first lady has visited the White House since Hillary Clinton was first lady.

Her husband, who is in charge of Brazil’s foreign affairs, has also visited the U before, and both are expected attend a ceremony on Wednesday for the inauguration of Trump’s first budget.

“This is the most important event that we will have at the White Senate,” Bouchiers said.

“We’re in the midst of a big transformation of Brazil.

We are looking forward with great hope to be able to serve President Trump.”

Bouchier is also planning to visit the State Department on Wednesday.

She told ABC that she’ll be in the Whitehouse to “provide our perspective on the Trump administration and its agenda.”

She added: “I want to be there to listen to what our government has to say.”

The first lady also has a number of trips planned this year.

She’ll be attending the G20 summit in Germany, where she’ll also meet with leaders from China, France, Russia, Italy and the U:The second lady is also expected to visit New York City, where her husband will be visiting a charity auction.

She’ll also be in New York in early November to meet with Trump’s chief of staff, Reince Priebus, as well as with the president, who she’s met before.

Bouchier said her visit will be “very much a personal one,” and she’ll have her own personal jet.

“The plane will have my name on it, and I will have an official badge on it,” she said.

Boudier is not the only first lady who is looking to the WhiteHouse, as Ivanka Trump will be heading to Washington, D.C., on her first official trip there, beginning on Nov. 11.

Trump, who has been in office since Jan. 20, will be in attendance at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Department of Defense.

Trump and his wife Melania Trump are the first family to visit a WhiteHouse since Melania Trump was sworn in as First Lady in 2017.

The first family will be meeting with members of Congress, including House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, and also will be attending a fundraiser for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, or ARRA, which is expected to provide relief to the country’s economy.