Isko Moreno needs to hunt Duterte’s recommendation to win presidency


Presidential candidate and Manila mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” on Friday said he would love to have the advice of President Rodrigo Duterte on how to win the presidency.

FILE PHOTO: Manila Metropolis Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso excursions components of the Bicol Area. Photograph from Isko Moreno’s Workplace

MANILA, Philippines — Presidential candidate and Manila mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” on Friday stated he would like to have the recommendation of President Rodrigo Duterte on the best way to win the presidency.

Moreno was reacting to Sen. Bong Go’s revelation that Duterte and his rival Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. shared his experiences and suggested the latter on the presidency.

“Good for Marcos,” Moreno stated throughout an ambush interview in San Juan, Batangas in response to reviews that Duterte suggested Marcos Jr. on issues in regards to the presidency.

“How I want mabigyan din ako ng recommendation papano manalo. Kasi vital yun eh,” he added.

(How I want [the president] provides me recommendation on the best way to win. As a result of that’s vital.)

Moreno additionally identified that erstwhile Davao mayor Duterte started his presidential bid with only a few native politicians backing him.

“As soon as the silent majority voted, the remaining is historical past,” the Manila chief govt identified.

Moreno beforehand stated that he’s nonetheless hoping for Duterte’s endorsement regardless of Duterte’s get together PDP-Laban faction headed by Vitality Secretary Alfonso Cusi’s latest endorsement of the presidential bid of Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.


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