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Some of the e-mails came from the Vice President's office.
“I am not involved in those e-mail exchanges. These e-mails mentioned my name, which are not surprising because I am the Vice President and I have supporters who respond to attacks on me. I have been at the receiving end of fake news and falsehoods, and the e-mails were an apparent response,” Robredo said.
She said she never met Nicolas-Lewis personally or even had a phone conversation with him.
“Most of the things thrown at me are really purely ridiculous,” Robredo said in a separate speech.
"There is a lot of viciousness in the Internet, but I have a mandate to serve. I’d rather focus on my mandate,” Robredo added.
SOURCE: Manila Times
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