Trillanes Called Pulong Duterte: Like father, like son - parehong bastos

Senator Antonio Trillanes fires back at Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte on the latter's recent remarks on the senator.

The Presidential son posted on his Facebook page a 'reminder' on someone who he referred to as 'Senador Ugok'.

There's a 100 percent possibility that VM Paolo Duterte is referring to Trillanes, no one else. Can't think of anyone else, can you?

Alongside his message were photos of incumbent senators of the Liberal Party with the controversial Kenneth Dong, the alleged middleman of warehouse owner where the millions-worth of shabu was brought and below is the photo of Senator Trillanes, grinning devilishly.

The photo has a red and white caption saying, "Ang saya nilang tingnan parang business partners! Seryosong seryoso. Ang galing niyo ha ibang tao pa pagbintangan ninyo! Eh kayo lang din pala!"

In an interview with media reporters, Trillanes said, "Yung medyo kabastusan portion o yung tema ng kanyang mensahe, hindi ko na papatulan yan pero it reflects na ito ay hindi pinalaki ng maayos ng kanyang magulang."

"At hindi rin ako nagugulat kasi kung bastos yung tatay, malamang bastos din yung anak," Trillanes said.

Trillanes said that the Vice Mayor must prepare himself and answer all the allegations tying him to the shabu shipment.

"Yung kanyang involvement sa Customs, operations, yung mga illegal activities diyan, malalim ang tinitingnan natin na anggulo rito. So maghanda siya ng papaano niya ito haharapin at sasagutin," Trillanes said.

There's a possibility that Paolo Duterte will be summoned at the Blue Ribbon committee probe on the shabu shipment, however, there is no probable cause to summon the Davao City Vice Mayor.

"Pwede rin tanungin kung i-elaborate ni Mark Taguba at kung may personal transaction directly with Paolo or whoever close to Paolo, pwede tanungin yan," Senator Panfilo Lacson said.

President Rodrigo Duterte vowed during the Philippine Development Forum: Sulong Pilipinas 2017 that he will resign if his son, Paolo Duterte or any of his children, are proven involved in drug-related activities.

"Corruption is the one that I really do not like. Pati iyong anak ko ngayon, sinasali diyan sa Customs. I told you before and I am telling you now again, sino sa anak ko ma-involve sa corruption, I will immediately resign. That you have my word," he said.

"Kung sino man ang official who entertains with the intervention of my sons and daughter, that is enough for me. I will fire you and I will press charges against you and my relatives whoever he is and you would have the luxury of seeing me go down," he said.

MalacaƱang released a statement saying that the Davao City Vice Mayor could just be a victim of publicity.

A photo of him, Kenneth Dong and other colleagues circulated on social media, creating ruckus and rumors that the eldest of four presidential children is involved in illegal drugs.

Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella stated that the accusers must present legit evidences that will prove Pulong's guilt.

"Kung talagang serious [ang allegation], then whoever is [knowledgable] in this matter should raise up the issue in the proper venue. Hindi lang yung paikot-ikot kasi siyempre at the end of the day, what does it become? It becomes trial by publicity," Abella said in a chance interview with reporters.

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