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Korina Sanchez Reacted on Anderson Cooper’s CNN Report

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Korina Sanchez, one of the Philippines most respected journalist and news anchor, aired her reactions on the statement made by international journalist Anderson Cooper, who is currently in the Philippines to cover the relief efforts of the government after typhoon Yolanda’s devastation.

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The primary anchor of ABS-CBN’s TV Patrol, Korina Sanchez allegedly aired her sentiment on her radio show. According to some Twitter users, Korina Sanchez stated that Anderson Cooper does not know what he is talking about.

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Twitter users also stated that the comment was made by Korina Sanchez on her DZMM radio program. One Twitter user stated that, “Itong si Anderson Cooper, sabi wala daw gov’t presence sa Tacloban. Mukhang hindi niya alam ang sinasabi niya.” as stated on Twitter.

Anderson Cooper, one of the primary anchor of the United States-based CNN, was in the Philippines as part of CNN special coverage for Typhoon Yolanda. The veteran journalist flew in the Philippines with CNN reporters, do a live program coverage for Anderson Cooper 360°.

Cooper is currently in ground zero in Tacloban City, Leyte, one of the worst affected areas hit by super typhoon Haiyan.

Here’s some of the reports made by Anderson Cooper:

“It’s a miserable, miserable situation here. It is not getting better day by day. We’re now entering the fifth day since the storm hit here in Tacloban … You would expect maybe a feeding center that has been set up five days after the storm. We haven’t seen that, certainly not in this area,” Cooper reported, speaking with Jake Tapper, CNN anchor on The Lead newscast on Tuesday.

“It is a very desperate situation, among the most desperate I’ve seen in covering disasters in the last couple of years,” he added.

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  • Jhong Dela torre November 14, 2013, 5:58 pm

    HOY!!!!! korina “STUDIO” roxas., punta ka nalang sa tacloban para makita mo ng lahat. hindi puro daldal sa studio.. hinihintay lang ng script.. WE SALUTE YOU SIR ANDERSON COOPER!

    • SDpinoyRep November 15, 2013, 12:17 am

      Anderson Cooper was merely describing what he was seeing. I’m a Filipino from California and I would rather watch CNN because they’re not biased. Anderson has covered many calamaties worldwide and for him to show his frustration with how everything is being handled (lack of government presence, disorganized, etc.) is how everyone in Tacloban feels. People don’t need to listen to Anderson. Just listen to the people of Tacloban. They too are wondering why the government is slow to help. Anderson was merely stating the majority feeling of everyone at ground zero.

      • alexander November 17, 2013, 6:08 pm

        anderson he’s only looking in what happening in area..see saw what miserable is..imagine 5days after storm hit no one from the government agency around who’s the people really need help…we can’t blame him that fact…

      • Kiko November 18, 2013, 6:07 pm

        You know why, it is because Tacloban and the rest of the Visayas region political leaders are not PNoy’s allies. He rather wants to see the victims suffered and died than helping them to recover. This is a decades political issue, Marcos vs Aquino.

  • lucy m. pacheco November 15, 2013, 6:33 pm

    Korina Sanchez; you need to apologized to MR. ANDERSON COOPER….he is reporting whatever he saw…what kind of journalist are you and critizised one of the RESPECTIVE NEWSCASTER…who went thousands of miles to witnessed the effect of the dreadful typhoon Yolanda….PLEASE RELATE to your husband, his people has to be on the TRIPLE and distribute the food and water….maybe kailangan tsinelasin ang commento mo…..MR. PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES, MR. ROXAS, ALL THE GOVERNORS, SENATORS, CONGRESSMEN, HEAD OF THE BARANGGAYS…whoever in charge of RELIEF AND FOOD DISTRIBUTION….please….the people are hungry……

    • kc November 17, 2013, 4:37 pm

      ang galing mo mag-English teh. lahat past tense

      • lmao November 18, 2013, 5:51 am

        Natawa nmn ako sa Lahat past tense hahaha

        • jorge November 21, 2013, 7:19 pm

          alam mo ba ung infinitives te? haha, pinoy tlaga oh

  • Socorro Arcinue November 16, 2013, 4:15 am

    For Andeeson Cooper thank you for your honesty and concern to the filipino people. For Korina Sanchez, shut up and stay home! Too early to campaign for your husband.

  • Cyrus Lamiente November 16, 2013, 4:44 pm

    This Cooper should be careful in he’s report. You should be fair . I understand Korina being the wife of Mr. Roxas. Everybody was tired and we knew that everybody is doing their best even the phil government , so don’t say no government official was there. Tacloban is big …….You should be fair also.

    • Jo King November 18, 2013, 9:30 am

      He was fair. He merely reported what was TRUE not SUGAR COAT it with half truths and inspirational talk while in his ACTUAL EYES this was HAPPENING.

      Abay, mahigit ISANG LINGGO na nga ano ba nakikita natin sa BALITA. Sa Airport mismo kung saan DAPAT MARAMING SUPPLIES na dumating. May nakita po ba tayong nagPAPAKAIN sa mga TAONG bakas na BAKAS sa mga MUKHA nilang ang matinding PAGOD AT GUTOM.

      Subukan ninyong walang makain ng LIMANG ARAW ng malaman ninyo ang HIRAP ng mga TAO run.

      O sa AIRPORT na yun, May NAKITA ba kayong mga tao ng ating GOBYERNO na nagPAPAKAIN sa mga TAO run? Araw araw INAASAN namin SANA MAKITA na sa AIRPORT man lang magPAGMALASAKITAN na MAPAKAIN yun mga NASALANTA.

      NagHIHINTAY na nga lang sila makasakay para makalabas ng lugar nila dahil WALANG MAKAIN. Sa AIRPORT man lang SANA may nagpapakain man lang. My gulay. Ilang araw ako nanood na pinapakita lagi yun airport pero YUN AT YUN pa rin ang situation na NILATHALA ni Anderson.

      What can be MORE FAIRER than the TRUTH?

    • Fernando Cirera November 22, 2013, 2:20 pm

      Wala palibhasa Dika pa mamatayan at naranasan magutom..the govt is so corrupt….at hintayin mo na ikaw Mismo naranasan mo mamura ni korina ng malutong….she is nothing…aling pagod sa pangungurakot…common…wala shame to korina the whole world condemn her stupidity….boba

  • Emelio Yuson November 16, 2013, 4:49 pm

    Ms. Korina, the desperate situation in Tacloban is a picture of no government assistance. Foreign reporters just simply reports what they see. In the Philippines, Ms. Korina, you really know what you are – pro-ad lang ang mister mo, kaya pro ad ka rin!

  • vons November 17, 2013, 6:30 am

    I thinks anderson cooper aligation is base on reality situation in tacloban and the bases of korina sanches is depending on the government which is in reality of the government react in real situation (slow to react) and korina is the wife if current DILG secretary now setting in government position.

    • eduardo sicangco November 17, 2013, 1:54 pm

      Korina Sanchez, if you know what’s good for you (and I don’t think you do)…..shut up already. You’re out-classed.

  • julita quitoles November 17, 2013, 2:54 pm

    I am proud as Filipino,I salute all the people who came and travelled far brought their own equipments and effort to help our countrymen who were victims of the typhoon YOLANDA and performed their duties without hesitation for humanitarian purposes,” and delivering the truth what is happening in Tacloban,Samar and Bohol and yet Ms. Korina Sanchez has the nerve to react on Anderson Cooper who is in actual ground,yan ang tama,walang kinikilingan kahit sino kaman and experience wise in delivering news around the world, SINO ? in between YOU and HIM,and because of the ” government system to deliver the aid which takes so long makes the people frustrated,hungry,and hopeless,during this moment to move as quickly as we could to feed,save the people and prevent from getting sick dahil kawawa and mga kababayan natin nobody will pay for their medical expenses, ang tulong para sa inyo galling sa ibat-ibang tao,lugar ay parang buhos ng bagyo sana. makakarating sa inyo Mabuhay Kayo and GOD BLESS,our support and prayers will always be with you.

  • Yen Bermejo November 19, 2013, 2:12 pm

    I salute Mr. Anderson rather than you Korina Sanchez. Its was 5 days already and our brothers and sisters are still waiting for a relief goods from our stupid government. Nasa news yan and we have friends na nandun n un ang sinasabi. Such a shame! Maawa kau saknla!! Puro kayo politics!! Mga buwaya at gahaman sa pera! ibigay nyo sa mamamayang Pilipino ang dapat na para saknila hndi sa bulsa nyo and you Korina shut up your mouth!

  • iniesel November 19, 2013, 7:55 pm

    Maybe she might have understood better if Anderson spoke in Filipino! What a shame Korina you better shut up…

  • Angelo November 22, 2013, 8:14 pm

    We must not blame on the government on everything wrong that has happened, nor lambasting one or both of them. This is not the time to criticize what is truly happening. Its a major catastrophe, not some publicity stunt. We cannot expect the government nor the volunteers of both is like some “SUPERMAN” to be strong and quick in handling this problems. May we all be reminded that hundreds of thousands or maybe millions are displaced, hungry, and whatever else you would describe it. We must all be united to do whatever we can in our own little way as much as possible.

  • Sir Garry December 3, 2013, 9:19 am

    I went to Tacloban right after the typhoon to check if my 2 brothers, a sister and their children survived it. I stayed there for three days and my first impression was “Where is the government?” I could hardly feel the presence of the government. I experienced walking from San Juanico Bridge to downtown Tacloban back and forth. I also felt despair as if I was also one of the victims due to so much fatigue. Mr. Cooper was right.

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