Robredo on Duterte Attacks: 'I Did What I Felt Was My Job'

The VP said she didn't say 'Where is the President?'
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Vice President Leni Robredo said Tuesday leading typhoon relief operations on the ground was part of her job, as she parried attacks from President Rodrigo Duterte.

Robredo said she never said "Where is the President?" and that she called out Chief Presidential Legal Adviser Salvador Panelo for "peddling fake news" that incensed the President.

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"I am also calling out whoever peddled the fake news to the President, kaya ganito siya ka pikon. I never said “Where is the President”? You can review all my tweets," she said.

Marami sa inyo tumutulong sumagot sa mga umiiyak at humihingi ng tulong para ma rescue sa Cagayan at Isabela noong gabi ng Nov. 13 hanggang sa madaling araw ng Nov. 14. I did what I felt was my job," she said.

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