galleryObamas Visit Brazil03.19.11galleryObamas Visit BrazilFighting back against much criticism, the president’s five-day tour continues today in Chile, where the export business is booming. Mac Margolis on why Washington needs to pay attention.03.19.11 8:05 AM ETPablo Martinez Monsivais / AP PhotoPresident Barack Obama with first lady Michelle Obama and daughters Malia and Sasha, right, tour the Christ the Redeemer Statue in Rio de Janeiro, Sunday, March 20, 2011. Jason Reed / Reuters / Landov,JASON REEDObama waves to the audience after delivering remarks at the Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro March 20.Jason Reed / Reuters / Landov,JASON REEDObama, Michelle, and their daughters Malia and Sasha watch a drum and martial arts performance by children during their tour of the Ciudad de Deus Favela neighbourhood in Rio de Janeiro March 20.Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP Photo,Pablo Martinez MonsivaisObama practices his soccer dribbling abilities as he plays with local children during his tour of the Ciudad de Deus Favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, March 20.Susan Walsh / AP Photo,Susan WalshObama, left, introduces his family to Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff as they arrive at Palacio do Alvorada in Brasilia, Brazil on Saturday.Susan Walsh / AP Photo,Susan WalshObama and Rousseff stop for a photo at Palacio do Itamaraty in Brasilia, Brazil.Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP Photo,Pablo Martinez MonsivaisBrazilian President Dilma Rousseff shares a toast with Michelle Obama during the official lunch at the Palacio do Itamaraty.Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP Photo,Pablo Martinez MonsivaisObama and Rousseff during their meeting with US-Brazil CEO Forum.Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP Photo,Pablo Martinez MonsivaisObama with Rousseff during their joint news conference.Silvia Izquierdo / AP Photo,Silvia IzquierdoMichelle Obama applauds as she attends cultural performances with her daughter Malia and Sasha at Oca da Tribo restaurant in Brasilia.Silvia Izquierdo / AP Photo,Silvia IzquierdoMichelle Obama speaks with youths at Oca da Tribo restaurant as her daughter Sasha looks on in Brasilia.Susan Walsh / AP Photo,Susan WalshThe Obamas and Rousseff participate in an arrival ceremony at Palacio do Planalto in Brasilia.Ricardo Moraes / Reuters / Landov,RICARDO MORAESRousseff stands with the Obamas as they arrive at Planalto Palace for a meeting in Brasilia.Saul Loeb / AFP / Getty Images,SAUL LOEBObama reviews troops during an arrival ceremony at Palacio do Planalto prior to meeting with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff in Brasilia.Jason Reed / Reuters / Landov,JASON REEDObama introduces his family to Lisa Kubiske, Deputy Chief of the U.S. mission in Brazil, as they step off Air Force One in Brasilia on March 19.Pablo Martinez Monsivais / AP Photo,Pablo Martinez MonsivaisThe first family arrives in Brasilia. Ricardo Moraes / Reuters / Landov,RICARDO MORAESPrimary school students hold Brazilian and U.S. flags as they await the arrival of Obama at Planalto Palace in Brasilia on March 19.Cliff Owen / AP Photo,Cliff OwenThe Obamas head towards Air Force One, for a flight to Brazil, at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., March 18. Jadson Marques / Agencia Estado via AP Images,JADSON MARQUESKids wave a Brazilian and a U.S. flag at the slum of Cidade de Deus.Agencia Estado via AP Images,EVELSON DE FREITASActivists of left parties protest against Obama's visit prior to his arrival.