Trillanes remains proud on his BBC interview, puzzled why Duterte is afraid to face Sackur

Senator Antonio Trillanes might went through hell and labelled as roasted senator but he remains proud as he was able to join a talk show wherein elite leaders were in also.

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According to the controversial senator, the BBC Hardtalk program hosted by Stephen Sackur has been famous for its controversial and tough style of asking questions which puts its guest on the defensive side of the story.

The 'roasted senator' as they say pointed out some big personalities who faced Sackur that include President Ronald Trump of US, President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, President Pervez Musharraf of Pakistan, and President Rhabo Mbeki of SOuth Africa.

"In the first place, I won't even be promoting the interview on my official Facebook page if it didn't go well," said Trillanes.

He even encouraged the Duterte propagandists to watch the interview for themeselves to.

"That is why I advise those who based their opinions on the spliced video being propagated by the Duterte supporters and propagandists, to watch the complete interview so they can judge it for themselves," the senator added.

The former navy offical emphasized he didn't regret accpeting BBC's invitation unlike some people from the Malacañang Palace who apparently turned down the same request.

"My office has been informed that the Hardtalk program has also been requesting to interview President Duterte, and they have been offered to come to Manila for it, but their requests have been constantly ignored by the palace. What could be their excuse?" asked Trillanes.

Source: GMA NetworkPhilStarPolitics