Vice President Leni Robredo has learned not to make a big deal out of being disinvited from events hosted by Malacañang or the administration.
Vin d’ honneur
Until she set foot in Malacañang, Vice President Leni Robredo thought President Rodrigo Duterte will disinvite her from attending the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC) meeting.
Perhaps in a bid to put rumors of President Rodrigo Duterte’s reported illness to rest, the Presidential Communications Office (PCO) has released a video chronicling his activities from Jan. 5 to 11.
Vice President Leni Robredo said Malacañang could’ve chosen some other way to show her just how much it dislikes her instead of withdrawing the invitation it extended to her for Wednesday’s (Jan. 11) Vin d’ honneur.
Does President Rodrigo Duterte no longer see the need for the judiciary?
Malacañang on Wednesday (Jan. 11) defended its decision to withdraw the invitation it extended to Vice President Leni Robredo for the Vin d' honneur, saying the inclusion of personalities on the guest list was its prerogative.