First 100 days of President Duterte: It`s lonely, I`m alone
On his 100 days in the office, President Rodrigo Duterte expressed his feelings as a chief executive of the Philippines.
In his speech in Banana Congress in turf Davao City, he said that he is lonely and alone.
"It's lonely, I'm alone," Duterte said.
"Hindi ko man mayakap mga gwardya, lalaki man. Walang babae, kung minsan mga aide ko umuuwi naman yan sila paghatid sa akin just to make sure I go home alive after that mabangungot ako wala sila pakielam," he added.
The family of Duterte were in Davao City but most of the time he was in Manila.
"My earliest go home time to Malacanang on the average is 2:00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, then I wake up because my day starts at 1:00 so I tend to all the business of the government and again I go home," Duterte said.
Duterte also said that he skip meals and just eat finger foods to do his work.
"I do not eat dinner so I just eat finger food, sandwiches kinakain ko. That's the routine," said Duterte.
As president he also lost his privacy and is not even allowed to lock his bedroom door.
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"I do not have the privacy because you're not supposed to lock your door, you are not allowed to do that. Although they have not really tried opening it up without knocking and I have it experienced once na ginigising ako you cannot lock the door, and I don't know why," Duterte said.
"Basta makatulog ka dyan and you leave it unlocked. Well I suppose kapag may magnanakaw mahuli nila agad. That's the rationale of the life of a president," Duterte added.
Source: Abs-Cbn News
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