Sandro, son of Bongbong Marcos apologizes over his controversial tweet.
Sandro Marcos, son of vice presidential candidate and Senator Bongbong Marcos apologized over his #DayaangMatuwid tweet which he posted on Twitter out of “frustration and anger”.
Sandro Marcos took to the micro-blogging site earlier where he cried foul about the alleged cheating in the counting of votes in the 2016 local and national elections particularly in the vice presidential race where his father is having a close fight with Liberal Party bet Leni Robredo.
In an article published by PEP.ph, the son of the vice presidential candidate whose running mate is Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago questioned why the total number of votes in vice presidential and presidential race are different.
“Also, the total votes for president are not the same total for vice president. What the hell #DayaangMatuwid,” he said in his post.
Daang Matuwid is referred to the slogan of present administration and Liberal Party- with Leni Robredo as its vice presidential bet and now leading the race.
However, he has deleted his post. But in a separate tweet of Bongbong Marcos’ son, he apologized and according to him, he did it “out of frustration and anger”.
In the latest unofficial and partial tally of votes, Leni Robredo leads with 13,470,814 votes followed by Bongbong Marcos with 13,285,540 as of 1:38 pm, May 10, 2016.
In presidential race, Duterte maintained a wide lead with more than 15 million votes followed by Liberal Party standard-bearer Mar Roxas with over 9 million votes. Sen. Grace Poe on the other hand clinched on the third spot with 8.5 million votes.
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