After his viral interview with senator Antonio Trillanes IV, BBC HARDTalk host Stephen Sackur grew to become well-known in the Philippines and he gained many Filipino followers for his truthful reporting about President Rodrigo Duterte.
After the interview, Stephen Sackur tweeted about his ideas on ‘war against illegal drugs’ of the Duterte administration.
In his tweet, he observed the recognition of President Rodrigo Duterte on social media and he thinks that the conflict on medicine of President Rodrigo Duterte was favored by the individuals of the Philippines.
“A lot of love for #Duterte here on Twitter. Seems unleashing deadly force in ‘war on drugs’ is a vote winner. For now. @BBCHARDtalk” Stephen Sackur tweeted
A variety of love for #Duterte right here on Twitter. Seems unleashing deadly force in ‘war on drugs’ is a vote winner. For now. @BBCHARDtalk
— stephen sackur (@stephensackur) June 21, 2017
Netizens who watched the interview additionally gave their opinions concerning the interview of Sackur to Trillanes.
Angel Abella @anyabelle was reliefed after watching the interview of senator Trillanes and referred to as him a ‘fraud’
Even simply the considered lastly *exposing* the reality and *revealing* the fraud that is Trillanes is a sigh of reduction for us
— Angel Abella (@anyabelle) June 21, 2017
Jay Gumanid @gumanidjay, tweeted that he laughed a lot when the Filipino senator’s alleged mistake through the interview with Sackur.
During the interview, Sackur requested Trillanes about his ideology and when the BBC host requested if the Filipino senator was a democrat,he answered that he belonged to the Nationalista Party.
I laughed out loud when hes requested if hes democrat and he answered im from nacionalista celebration. What a joke.
— jay gumanid (@gumanidjay) June 22, 2017
BBMarcos @Fitch1124 believed that the BBC host regarded on the greater image:
We all know that u r greater the image! Its NOT about us now…its all about our kids of tomorrow! We will defend our Pres!
— BBMarcos ®✌ 🇵🇭 (@Fitch1124) June 21, 2017
Bbciocson @bciocson praised the BBC host and referred to as him a ‘true journalist’ and thanked him for the truthful interview with senator Trillanes.
Thanks Sir Stephen, u r certainly a true journalist, u skinned Sen Trillanes in simply 30minutes, stick with it, More Power.
— bciocson (@bciocson) June 22, 2017