I didn’t take Duterte’s comments personal, Trump has wacky ideas –Obama

President Barack Obama of the US has revealed that he did not take earlier comments from Pilipino’s President Rodrigo Duterte personal. He said this after Duterte called him a “son of a bitch” and said he would not be lectured over extrajudicial killings in the Philippines’ drug war. Obama on Thursday revealed that the partnership…

Despite apology, Obama cancels meeting with Pilipino President

The efforts of President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines to appease US President Barack Obama after he called the incumbent US President a “son of a whore” has failed to yield any results with Obama cancelling a proposed meeting. Duterte tried to apologise for his actions when he expressed “regret” after making derogatory remarks against…

You are a son of a b****, Philipino President tells Obama

President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines is blowing hot again calling US President Barack Obama “a son of a b****” after his supporters suggested that he will be questioned by the US president over a crime war in the Philippines that has claimed more than 2,400 lives in just over two months. While vowing not…

Philippines' Duterte: Obama must listen to me on human rights

MANILA (Reuters) – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Wednesday he was ready to discuss any issues with Barack Obama when they meet in Laos next week, but added that the U.S. president must listen to him first before bringing up the question of human rights.

Philippines' Duterte: Obama must listen to me on human rights

MANILA (Reuters) – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Wednesday he was ready to discuss any issues with Barack Obama when they meet in Laos next week, but added that the U.S. president must listen to him first before bringing up the question of human rights.

Philippines' Duterte: Obama must listen to me on human rights

MANILA (Reuters) – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Wednesday he was ready to discuss any issues with Barack Obama when they meet in Laos next week, but added that the U.S. president must listen to him first before bringing up the question of human rights.