President-elect Rodrigo Duterte appears dead set on removing himself from media – passing by his most recent claims.
"Kung ayaw niyo daw mag-boycott sa kanya, siya daw mag-boycott sa inyo (He says in the event that you would prefer not to blacklist him, he'll blacklist you)," Duterte's official partner Bong Go said in an instant message to media on Saturday, June 4.
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"Anyway, mayor pa naman siya at si PNoy ang pres (Anyway, he's still a mayor and President Aquino is the president)," included Go in his instant message.
Duterte, who has been Davao leader for almost 3 decades, won the 2016 presidential decisions after at first demanding he would not like to keep running for president.
He was announced on May 31 and will take his promise as president on June 30 yet.
Known for his great compatibility with Davao-based writers, Duterte has been in boiling hot water over proclamations made in question and answer sessions with universal and national media.
In one public interview, Duterte was gotten some information about media killings. The Davao chairman clarified some of those executed were degenerate columnists, winning him the fury of writers both here and abroad.
The Paris-based guard dog bunch Reporters Without Borders approached writers to blacklist the disputable president-choose however media selected to keep covering him.
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Duterte to media: Kung ayaw nyong mag-boycott, ako ang mag-boboycott sa inyo Reviewed by FilipiNews PH on Saturday, June 04, 2016 Rating: