- Vice President Leni Robredo hit back at the "misogynistic" rant of President Rodrigo Duterte
- Duterte claimed that VP Leni misled the public and stated that he was MIA or otherwise referred to as missing in action while Ulysses battered the country
- Duterte also said that he was a "night" person and that he would normally start working from 2 p.m. until early morning
- VP Leni in response tweeted that when a President is a misogynist, the conversation will go down to such level
Vice President Leni Robredo fired back at President Rodrigo Duterte after he accused her of misleading the public, and that the VP allegedly said that he was missing in action during Typhoon Ulysses' onslaught.
The President, during a public briefing also emphasized that he was a night person and that he would normally start his day at 2 p.m. until the wee hours of the morning.
Addressing VP Leni, Duterte asked, "Gusto kong malaman, ikaw, gabi-gabi lumalakad ka, anong oras ka umuuwi? At kaninong bahay ka tumutuloy?"
Robredo then took to Twitter and stated, "When a President is a misogynist, the conversation goes down to this level."
She then tweeted a video clip of what they do, showing how they are packing goods to be distributed to typhoon victims.
"When a President is a misogynist, the conversation goes down to this level. Eto po yung ginagawa namin gabi gabi, nagpupuyat ilang linggo na para, araw-araw, may madala lang na tulong sa mga nangangailangan."
Robredo also called out Sec. Salvador Panelo for peddling fake news because she never asked, "Where is the President" even if all her tweets are reviewed.
The hashtag #NasaanAngPangulo trended during the typhoon's onslaught but the VP said that she did not say that nor asked where the President was. This hashtag was used not just now, but even in the previous administration.
The wrath of Typhoon Ulysses was unexpected. Although Metro Manila and the rest of Luzon were already bracing themselves for what Ulysses could bring, its onslaught became a nightmare for everyone.
The devastation can be seen in various footages. Social media became a rescue hotline. One resident in QC sought the help of rescue teams after being stranded due to the typhoon.
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