WATCH: Mocha Uson sits with Duterte in an interview

WATCH: Mocha Uson sits with Duterte in an interview

- Sexy star Mocha Uson, a vocal supporter of president-elect Duterte scored an interview with the president himself

- The video was uploaded on her Facebook account, MOCHA USON BLOG

- Issues that Duterte’s supporters would like for him to address in his first 100 days as president were raised in the interview

“It was a very humbling experience. Napakahaba ng pila, mahigit 5 hours ang paghihintay, mayaman man o mahirap pantay pantay ang pagdadaanan at WALANG VIP treatment,” Mocha Uson said in her Facebook post sharing her interview with the President-elect Rodrigo Duterte.

(It was a very humbling experience. The line was so long, with almost five hours of waiting time, and the rich and the poor undergo the same process. There’s no VIP treatment.)

The interview commenced inside the Malacañang of the South in Davao city, and it was posted on her Facebook page, MOCHA USON BLOG.

As of writing, the video has already been viewed for almost 914,000 times.

In the interview, the sexy star presented top 10 of the most pressing concern of the common Filipino according to a survey she conducted on Facebook. Her respondents were mostly her fellow Duterte Die-hard Supporters (DDS).

Uson said that these concerns were the ones that the incoming president's supporters wanted him to address in his first 100 days in office.

READ ALSO: Netizens sign petition to silence Mocha Uson

Among the issues raised were the Government Service Insurance System’s (GSIS) supposed failure to grant benefits to long-time employees, and the wage gap between workers in Metro Manila and those in the province.

Duterte responded by bringing back the issue of crime and corruption. He also reiterated his position on the death penalty. "It’s Congress that can reimpose the death penalty. But I’m asking for it because it’s needed for the times,” he explained.

Further, Duterte stated that he would create a government agency especially for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW). He claimed that this new government office would expedite the process of employment for OFWs.

READ: Facebook to broadcast Duterte’s inauguration on June 30

Regarding the traffic problem in the Philippines, the president-elect told Uson that he would really need “extraordinary powers” to fix it.

Duterte also revealed his plan of establishing a 24-hotline where concerns about the government can be raised.

The 2 part of the video is yet to be released.

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