new video loaded: Philippine President Wants U.S. Troops Out
Philippine President Wants U.S. Troops Out
President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines said on Wednesday that he wanted to get rid of all foreign military in his country in two years and was willing to override existing agreements to do it.
President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines, on a trip to Japan, said Wednesday that he wanted all foreign troops out of his country within “maybe two years” and that he was willing to revoke base-hosting agreements with the United States.
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