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Braving a hostile crowd

05:04 AM August 08, 2017

Facing a hostile crowd onstage with leftists and activists was quite a feat for a sitting president and a nerve-wracking experience for anyone.

Defying security measures, President Duterte lambasted and castigated the activists especially the leftists on their “insincerity” regarding the recent ambush of his security group while talks were about to begin again between the government and the CPP-NDF panel abroad.

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Truly, President Duterte is a strong leader that every Filipino could depend on.

No wonder his approval rating was higher than expected with his remarkable accomplishments with only a year in office.

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“That’s my President,” a guest panelist on a television show that very moment and perhaps the majority of Filipinos watching would have uttered or said in jest.

PEDRO V. REFUERZO JR., [email protected]

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