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Rep. Lito Atienza has no interest in working with Bongbong Marcos should he win VP race

Atienza will consider giving up the position to the next candidate who comes in second in the race

Vice presidential candidate Lito Atienza doesn’t see himself working with presidential aspirant Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr should they win in this year’s national elections.

Atienza will consider giving up the position to the next candidate who comes in second in the race.

“Iba po ang ugali ni Bongbong eh. Sabi nga ng kanyang sariling ama, nung siya’y lumalaki pa lamang bilang isang batang lalaki ay tamad,” he told ABS-CBN’s Teleradyo.

Marcos is seen as lazy by voters for not appearing during the first hearing by the Comelec on the disqualification cases against him. He also refused to be interviewed by Kapuso broadcaster Jessica Soho.

“There are great big chances I would not serve with him, even President (Rodrigo) Duterte calls him pothead. Biro mo babantayan ko pa ang aking president. Siguro yung sumusunod sa’kin yun ang ating paglingkurin. Wala po akong gagawing iba kundi bantayan ang presidente. Lugi na naman ang bayan.” he added.

Marcos tested negative for illegal drugs following Duterte’s claim that a presidential candidate snorts coke.

He challenged Marcos’ spokesperson, lawyer Vic Rodriguez to debate and proved that the Martial Law era had some upsides.

“If you prove me wrong, I will retire from politics altogether and apologize to the nation. But if I prove you wrong and I’m able to prove Marcos indeed abused the Filipino people, kaya siya tinatawag na the biggest crook in the world… Nakakahiya ang biggest thief in the world ay Pilipino,” he said.

“Hindi tayo sa social media magdedebate. Hinahamon kita ng debate face-to-face sa television o kaya naman face-to-face sa publiko, Plaza Miranda.”

Former first lady, Imelda Marcos was convicted of 7 counts of graft while her son was convicted for failing to pay taxes.

Written by Paulie Walnuts

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