Sen. Lacson reacts over 'trolls' after spat vs. President Duterte

Sen. Lacson reacts over 'trolls' after spat vs. President Duterte

- Senator Ping Lacson claimed that many trolls “mushroomed” on his Twitter account

- He said that this came after he had an exchange with President Rodrigo Duterte

- Lacson also said something over the social media handlers of the trolls

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Senator Panfilo “Ping” Lacson has reacted over the sudden rise of “trolls” on his Twitter account.

KAMI learned that after Lacson had an exchange of words with President Rodrigo Duterte, many social media trolls “mushroomed” on his account.

“Trolls have mushroomed on Twitter after I had a brief exchange of words with the President,” Lacson said.

“I pity their handlers for not knowing any other means to earn a living,” he added.

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As earlier reported by the ABS-CBN News, Lacson reacted over the remark of President Duterte that police officers should accept gifts if given out of generosity.

“Is this not graft Mr. President? Pray tell, who is ignorant?” Lacson said.

President Duterte responded with: “[Lacson is] penchant to just right away [make comments] in every issue… I think he’s running for President."

However, Lacson clarified that he is not even sure if he wants to become a President one day.

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In a previous report by KAMI, Senator Lacson has filed the “designated survivor” bill seeking to allow the President appoint his successor. The "designated survivor" will take over the presidency should the Constitutional successors die or become incapacitated.

Born on June 1, 1948, Panfilo “Ping” Morena Lacson Sr. was a retired police officer. He served as the head of the Philippine National Police from 1999 to 2001. He has been a public servant for more than 40 years.

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