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'Alam mo ang gusto ko? Kunin silang lahat, isama sila sa isang barko. Lusubin nila, sige!' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque about critics of the Duterte administration's approach to China
President Rodrigo Duterte says the Yellows and the Reds share one ideology anyway.
UPDATED Long time Duterte critic Prospero Nograles vows to defend the President and go against all his enemies
Not unlike Pontius Pilate Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II called out to tens of thousands gathered at the Luneta on the evening of February 25 and asked them whom they wanted targeted next possibly to join Senator Leila de Lima in jail and they shouted back Trillanes
A scuffle erupts after around 7 Duterte supporters arrive at a rally of thousands of Duterte critics near the People Power Monument
Whenever his critics go left Duterte goes right only to suddenly swerve left forcing his opponents to the right
His first hundred days in power show a pattern in his angry responses Do they also provide a clue on how best to handle the hot headed President?
Were Idi Amin alive today he would probably send this note to President Duterte
As I have been reading his supporters’ arguments I have changed my mind and joined the Dutertian bandwagon Let me tell you why
After his appointees heap criticisms on De Lima Duterte comes to her defense and says he would do the same if he were in her position