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Americans in Philippines jittery as Duterte rails against United States

OLONGAPO, Philippines (Reuters) - In a bar along the Philippines' Subic Bay owned by an American military veteran, the main topic of conversation is not the upcoming U.S. election despite the Donald Trump coffee mugs, photographs and caps on display.
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