14 November 2017, 03:54 | Taylor George
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Rodrigo Duterte: Philippines president says he killed someone as teenager
The comments came as the leader defended his government's brutal countrywide crackdown on drugs. President Duterte has also threatened to kill human rights activists, journalists and critics.
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A communications official with the Duterte administration said the Philippines president and Trump "really hit it off". The two men also shared a laugh in the meeting when Duterte called reporters "spies", the Associated Press reports.