"I think we are on the same wavelength, governments are on the same page," Araujo said Friday.
According to him, both countries reject what he described as interference in the affairs of Brazil by foreign governments. Many of these governments have expressed concern for the future of the Amazon rainforest.
The Government of Canada has earmarked $ 15 million to fight forest fires in the Amazon. The G7 also promised $ 20 million.
Mr. Bolsonaro has been minimizing the severity of the fires since the problem has swept the international media. He accused the Brazilian press of "feeding" international concern about it.
A "special" relationship between the two governments
Mr. Araujo was accompanied by President Jair Bolsonaro's son, Eduardo. The latter is expected to become ambassador of Brazil in Washington.
The minister told reporters that the interview lasted about half an hour. The meeting would testify to the "special character" of the relationship between the two countries under Bolsonaro.
"(Mr Trump) and President Bolsonaro, and the two governments, share the view that countries are sovereign in their territory," he said.
He also said that the importance of the Amazon rainforest as a unique factor in the regulation of climate change was exaggerated.
"We are aware of the importance of the Amazon for the world. But other forests are (important) too, and other ecosystems, "he added.
He finally downplayed the importance of these fires, assuring that they were "average compared to last year".
"We are successfully extinguishing most fires," he said.