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LOOK: Duterte’s ‘break up’ text to Robredo

/ 07:59 PM December 04, 2016
Cabinet Secretary Jun Evasco Jr's text to Vice President Leni Robredo. Photo by Barry Gutierrez.

Cabinet Secretary Jun Evasco Jr’s text to Vice President Leni Robredo. Photo by Barry Gutierrez.

Vice President Leni Robredo was hired via phone call during a live press conference in Malacañang. She was let go over a text message.

President Duterte has ordered Robredo to stop attending all Cabinet meetings starting Monday.

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READ: Evasco: Robredo not fired, only asked to stop attending meetings

The Palace has done this through a text message.

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Robredo announced Sunday she will resign from her post following the order given to her over the weekend.

Cabinet Secretary Jun Evasco Jr. has confirmed sending Robredo the text message.

“Gd afternoon Madam Vice President. Mayor Rody thru Bong Go asked me to relay to you his instruction for you to desist from attending all Cabinet mtngs starting this Monday Dec 5, 2pm. Ty,” the text message read.

READ: Robredo asked to stop attending Cabinet meetings, quits post

Take a look at the “break up” text of President Duterte to Robredo posted by former Akbayan Representative Barry Gutierrez.

“Q: What do you call a guy who breaks up with you through text? A: In the Philippines? Mr. President,” Gutierrez captioned the photo.

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