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Duterte Dares "Son Of A Bitch" Obama To "Withdraw Assistance", While His Popularity Soars

It has become an almost daily tradition to flip through the news looking for the latest insult by Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte hurled at US president Barack Obama. Just this past Tuesday, Duterte outlined his disappointments with the US in his latest speech aimed at Obama whom he called "son of a bitch" several weeks ago, saying that "instead of helping us, the first to criticize is this State Department, so you can go to hell, Mr.
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