Paolo Duterte slams Senator Trillanes.
Presidential son and Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte said if Trillanes can prove his allegation against him, he will give all the money to the Surigao victims.
Trillanes previously accused Paolo Duterte of being a drug user and challenged the Vice mayor to take a drug test, which resulted to negative.
Now, Trillanes wants President Duterte to do a bank test.
The senator presented a matrix to the media showing alleged transactions of Duterte’s children.
Trillanes revealed that President Duterte had at least P2 billion in various bank accounts that belong to him and his children Paolo (104 million), Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio (121 million), and Sebastian (143 million), Duterte’s common-law wife Cielito “Honeylet” Salvador Avanceña (188 million); Samuel Cang Uy (118million), one of Duterte’s campaign donor.
Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte hits back at Senator Trillanes for his another accusation against his family.
“This ‘ugok’ senator is again throwing wild accusations against President Rodrigo Duterte and dinamay pa nya kaming mga anak sa kanyang kagaguhan,” Paolo said.
“He earlier accused me of being a drug user and when I had proven that I am not, now he accuses me of having millions in questionable wealth,” he added.
Paulo suspected that there is something wrong with the senator’s mind, so he suggested a psychiatrist test is in order.
“From drug test and now bank test. If I may suggest for him to take a psychiatric test as something is very very wrong with his mind,” he continued.
Senator Trillanes earlier revived his accusation in April 2016 against President Duterte that he has P2 billion in bank transactions.
The senator vowed that he will resign from Senate if proven wrong in accusations against the President.
In an interview with Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella on ANC, he dismissed the statement of senator Trillanes as a “rehash.”
“If he think he has something else, then he should reach out to the proper authorities. As far as the Palace concerned, it has already been addressed,” he said.