- Pres. Rodrigo Duterte has just aired his personal take on the candidacy of his daughter, Sara Duterte for vice president
- According to the President, he is certain that his daughter's decision to run for vice president was Bongbong Marcos' and his daughter's decision
- He added that he was even wondering why she ran for vice president when she was actually leading the surveys
- The President revealed this during his interview with popular vlogger and social media personality Banat By
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Pres. Rodrigo Duterte has just frankly aired his honest opinion on the candidacy of his daughter Mayor Sara Duterte for vice president.
Duterte, in an interview with well-known media personality Banat By.
The President revealed that he is sure that the decision of her daughter to run for the second highest position of the land is hers and Bongbong's.
"I'm sure yung pagtakbo ni Sara ay desisyon nila Bongbong yun. Nagtataka ako, sabi ko, siya ang number one sa survey, kung bakit siya pumayag na tatakbo lang bise. Siya yung mataas ang rating eh," he said during the interview.
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It was also in the same interview that he said he will not be supporting Marcos because he and VP Leni Robredo, are pro-communists.
Here is the full interview of the President with Banat By.
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, also known as Rody, Tatay Digong, and PRRD, is the 16th President of the Republic of the Philippines. He was born on March 28, 1945 to former Davao Governor Vicente Gonzales Duterte and Soledad Roa-Duterte, a Filipina teacher and activist. President Duterte rose to power after he was appointed as Officer-In-Charge of Davao City on May 2, 1986 by President Cory Aquino.
President Rodrigo Duterte, tinawag na mga “pro-communist” sina former Sen. Bongbong Marcos at VP Leni Robredo
President Rodrigo Duterte and Sen. Manny Pacquiao met in the Malacañang Palace on the night of November 9. Sen. Bong Go was instrumental in getting the two to meet and try to mend their differences. The friendly meeting was the first after the public rift between the two high government officials started. Sen. Go said that Pres. Duterte and Sen. Manny did not talk about politics but instead had a “renewal of friendship.”
Duterte also surprised everyone when it was long-time aide and companion, Sen. Bong Go, who filed his Certificate of Candidacy (COC) for Vice President. Earlier, the two went to the Harbor Garden Tent to file the Certificate of Candidacy of what many thought would be Pres. Duterte. After Sen. Go went to the podium and state the reason why he is running for VP, the President also took the podium to announce that he is heeding the public clamor for him to retire and is doing so beginning today. The question on the minds of everyone now is who would the senator be supporting for President.