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A joint statement says the two leaders "underscored that human rights and the dignity of human life are essential".
"As the American people and peoples of the world condemned US president Trump for its war-mongering and outright repression in the US, Duterte is inevitable to follow, as the number of poor Filipinos fed up of his empty promises and pointless rhetorics, are mounting, it is a matter of time for him to follow the footsteps of his idol dictator and ousted Ferdinand Marcos", Casilao said.
Kine later said this photograph of Trump twisting his face as he held hands with Duterte over the weekend should "live in infamy".
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"Ladies and gentlemen, I sang uninvited a duet with Ms. Pilita Corrales upon the orders of the commander in chief of the United States", Duterte stated after he concluded his singing stunt, as heard in the video shared by Public Works Undersecretary, Karen Jimeno.
Highlights have included a handshake with Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that left him rolling his eyes (and another that was all fingers) - a white-knuckle exchange with French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin using his left arm to stop Trump pulling him in. Modi says relations between the US and India are "growing very rapidly" and "getting deeper and more comprehensive".
Butch Olano, Amnesty International Philippines Director, said, "President Trump has spoken about his ability to talk tough with foreign leaders, and this week's ASEAN summit presents a renewed opportunity to raise the horrifying human rights abuses that the region is facing".
Trump and Duterte were joined by more than a dozen other leaders from Southeast Asia, Australia, Canada, Russia and India.
Trump is teasing a "major statement" on trade and North Korea in Washington on Wednesday when he returns.