Don’t run for president, you know nothing, PRRD to Robredo

Don’t run for president, you know nothing, PRRD to Robredo

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte continues his attacks to the opposition’s main head- the Vice President.
A week after being axed as drug czar and co-chair of the Inter-Agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs (ICAD)Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo was given an unsolicited advice by the president.
Do not run for president, you know nothing.
The top two highest leaders of the country, Pres. Duterte and Vice President Robredo
(photo credit to CNN Phils)

Duterte during an exclusive interview done by CNN Philippines even gave a warning that the country would not be in good hand if Robredo becomed his successor.
“’Wag ka tumakbong presidente, wala ka talagang alam,” Duterte said in an interview with CNN Philippines.

(Don’t run for president, you know really nothing.)

“Disgrasya kayo pag si Leni ang… subukan n’yo,” he added.

(You’re in for a disaster if Leni Robredo is elected…just try.)

President Duterte took note of the instance that Robredo had to take the Bar exams twice before passing it.

A previous issue regarding “accepting-gifts-not-bribery”,the Chief executive took note how Robredo said that law enforcers who would accept bribes from those involved in their cases would be “biased.

VP Robredo cited Section 7(D) of the Code of Conduct And Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees (Republic Act No. 6713), which prohibits the solicitation or acceptance of gifts.

“Tapos dalawa kayong senador, in a knee jerk. Akala mo automatic, ah that is immoral (Then you two said) that is illegal, that is unconstitutional. Sabi ko, ‘Hoy gaga (Then I said, ‘hey stupid’), I was using the words of the law itself. The anti graft and corrupt practices’,” Pres. Duterte said.

“Abogada ka tapos hindi mo alam, tapos mag presidente ka? Tapos magsabi ka na lang relying on your being a lawyer? Ah patay,” he added.

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