Rodrigo Duterte Archives – Philippines Daily
President Rodrigo Duterte said on Friday that he is willing to fire an entire commission that was involved in an anomalous activity.
Writer Marlene Aguilar claimed that someone – or we can say, something – is posing for President Duterte and the original is probably dead after suffering from cancer.
Action Star Steven Segal joined President Rodrigo Duterte in visiting the government troops in Jolo, Sulu, on Friday.
They won’t hesitate to shoot members of the Army, anyway… So, when an armed terrorist is in sight, shoot him.
President Rodrigo Duterte mulled resigning from his position if he will be able to control the illegal drugs in the Philippines.
President Rodrigo Duterte said he can eradicate illegal drugs in the Philippines in three to four years.
A solo wanted to remove the parking fees being imposed by shopping malls and other establishments for their customers.
President Rodrigo Duterte said on Tuesday that he rejected the recommendation to lift the ban on open-pit mining.
The ASEAN can indeed bring some good news to host countries.
President Rodrigo Duterte blasted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau because the latter brought issues like human rights and Extra-judicial killings.
President Rodrigo Duterte said it’s not to focus on maritime dispute because he believes that wasting lives in such department is not worthy.
Contrary to what was reported, President Rodrigo Duterte is open to talks regarding the human rights with US President Donald Trump.
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque Jr., said the country’s campaign against illegal drugs is now being used as a model for some countries.
President Rodrigo Duterte wanted the Filipino people to think on how each and everyone can contribute to the country this All Saints and All Souls Day.
The Philippines will be rejecting conditional aides coming from all countries and not just the European Union (EU).
The ties between Russia and Philippines are now getting stronger. Russia just donated several pieces of military equipment to the Philippines.
U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis praised the Philippines for its triumph over the terrorists that attacked Marawi City.
Now that the war in Marawi is dying down, the government must concentrate on restoration and development of the city. Along with this is the bringing back of the confidence of the residents who were forced to leave their houses.
Now that the terrorists in Marawi City are going down, President Rodrigo Duterte had instructed the military to target other terrorists in the country.
President Rodrigo Duterte vowed that he will investigate the office of the Ombudsman for impartiality and selectivity.
If a housewife became the president, what more a lawyer and an experienced politician?
President Rodrigo Duterte revealed that two international syndicate groups are mainly behind the illegal drugs in the Philippines.
The death of UST Law freshman Horacio Castillo III caused a nationwide uproar.
President Rodrigo Duterte said on Friday that members of the Catholic church should go out and refine the drug addicts instead of criticizing him and his anti-drugs campaign.