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US Careful not to Provoke Duterte with their Separation Answer

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
As President Rodrigo Duterte says Goodbye to the United States during his China state visit, the US is careful not to provoke him. But will seek explanation of what he means by his announcement that has given mixed emotions to the world.





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[VIDEO]: Speaking in Filipino, listen to President Duterte’s explanation why the separation from the US is necessary to be an independent nation.




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There had been an active internal debate in recent months on how far to go in criticizing Duterte’s government on human rights. But the measured tone adopted was not as strong as some aides would have liked. This is to not provoke President Duterte. Assistant Secretary of State Daniel Russel, was due to visit Manila this weekend. He would seek to clarify Duterte’s comments, the State Department said.

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/585860/news/nation/us-has-few-good-options-for-response-to-duterte

http://cnnphilippines.com/news/2016/10/20/duterte-cuts-us-ties-aligns-with-china.html

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