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Blogger Nieto a ‘minor distraction’ but needs to be taught a lesson—Trillanes

/ 02:20 PM November 22, 2017

Thinking Pinoy blogger Rey Joseph “RJ” Nieto is just a “minor distraction,” according to Senator Antonio Trillanes IV but he said he needed to teach bloggers like him a lesson about responsibility.

“I’ve been up against Presidents….He is a minor distraction to be honest. Kelangan ko lang harapin kasi mamimihasa ‘yan,” Trillanes said at a press conference after filing a libel case against Nieto.

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Rey Joseph Nieto of Thinking Pinoy. INQUIRER PHOTO / RICHARD A, REYES

(I’ve been up against Presidents…He is a minor distraction to be honest but I have to face him or this will continue.)

“Gusto ko mailagay siya sa lugar. Hopefully, next time na magpopost ‘yan, mag-iisip isip na yan,” Trillanes said.

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(I want to put him in his proper place. Hopefully, next time, he will think first before posting.)

Trillanes said one has to be responsible when posting on social media because they could damage someone else’s reputation especially with the likes of Nieto who have many followers. /je

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