Mayor Sara Duterte Puts End To Reported “Conflict” w/ Sen. Bong Go
SARA DUTERTE – The Davao City Mayor broke her silence on the report that she and Senator Christopher “Bong” Go have a conflict.
Go rose to prominence as the trusted aide of the President and as the one who is always with him in his trips – even until now that he is one of the senators in the legislative branch. Aside from the spokesperson of the President, he is the one that the media turns to in case there are questions on where the Chief Executive is.
There are speculations that Go may be running for the highest position in the government when Pres. Duterte’s term would end. Presidential daughter and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte also claimed that a note asking her to consider the Senator to be her vice president in the next election was endorsed to her by the Office of the President.
However, amid the talks about the upcoming election, based on a report on ABS-CBN News, there is a report that claimed that Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte has a conflict with Sen. Bong Go. To this, the presidential daughter broke her silence.
According to the report, Mayor Sara Duterte said that it is “not true” that she has a conflict with Sen. Bong Go. She stressed that the source probably has no knowledge about her as she is someone who does not hold a grudge against the Senator with regards to his relationship with his father.
According to the Davao City Mayor, she is not the keeper of the President and both of them are allowed to have friends as they want. She tagged the claim as “shallow”.
“Why would I be furious about the need for an appointment to see the President, what matters is I see the President,” the presidential daughter said.
With regards to the next election, Mayor Duterte has yet to decide. Meanwhile, she assured that her decision will not come at the last minute unlike what happened to the bid of her father. She stressed that she thinks, organizes, and implements accordingly.
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