Bongbong on 'wait and see' mode amid 'stampede' of bets in 2022 polls - Imee Marcos

Bongbong on 'wait and see' mode amid 'stampede' of bets in 2022 polls - Imee Marcos

He was defeated by Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo in the last Vice Presidential race in 2016, but that momentarily setback will not deter him for another run this coming 2022 elections.
Senator Imee Marcos said that former senator Ferdinand “BongBong” Marcos, Jr. will surely make a run again this coming 2022, but still in  a "wait and see" mode as there seems to be a "stampede" of candidates in the 2022 national elections.

The former senator was quoted in a previous interview that he will run for public office in 2022, but has yet to decide if he will gun for a local or national post.
Marcos siblings, former senator Bongbong Marcos Jr., and senator Imee Marcos
(photo credit ABS-CBN)

"Yung posisyon, di ko alam kasi di pa kami nag-uusap... [Pero] Alam ko tatakbo siya kasi unemployed siya. Luto na lang nang luto, blog nang blog," Sen. Marcos told Senate reporters 
(What position, I do not know yet because we haven't spoken... But I know he will run because he is unemployed. He just cooks a lot and blogs a lot.)
"Wait and see pa rin si Bongbong. Ang layo pa e... Ang daming kandidato, parang stampede ito ng 2022," she said.

Imee declined to give her preference for Bongbong whether it be for local or national position, and that they are still awaiting the advice from their mother and “consultant”- former first lady Imelda Marcos.

"Siya ang oracle. Siya ang mas marunong," she said.

"Sa Metro Manila, Region 8, talagang sumisipa pa rin [ang boto para sa Marcos]," she said.
"Whether it is [Marcos] magic or hardwork or kinship, certainly there is a bloc of loyalist voters that we are grateful for," she said.

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