That ‘awkward moment’ when Obama met Duterte after ‘whore’ spat

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US President Barack Obama and Philippine pioneer Rodrigo Duterte had a brief eye to eye experience, days after an extremely open spat. 

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On Tuesday Mr Obama wiped out arranged talks after the torch Mr Duterte called him the "child of a prostitute". 

Wednesday's casual meeting occurred before an Asean summit occasion supper. 

While a Philippine representative said he was "extremely glad" it happened, the US side said they had a "brief talk" in a pre-dinner "hold space" for pioneers. 

Mr Obama and Mr Duterte are said to have entered the supper venue independently at the summit in Laos and did not associate with each other amid the occasion, which kept going one hour and 20 minutes.They were the last individuals to leave the holding room. I can't say to what extent they met," Philippine Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay, going with Mr Duterte, told correspondents in the blink of an eye a short time later. 

"I'm exceptionally cheerful that it happened." 

A White House official said the pair traded "merriments" in a "brief examination" before supper. 

War on medications 

Mr Duterte's upheaval came after at a question and answer session where he told journalists he would not acknowledge Mr Obama raising any worries about the war on medications in the Philippines. 

"You should be deferential. Don't simply discard inquiries and articulations. Child of a prostitute, I will revile you in that gathering," Mr Duterte said, clearly in reference to the US president. 

The dubious Filipino pioneer later communicated lament over the comments, yet not before Mr Obama had drop an arranged meeting.Mr Duterte won the administration with his hard-line strategy to kill medications and about 2,400 individuals have kicked the bucket in hostile to medication operations since he took office in June. 

He had already encouraged natives to shoot to execute street pharmacists who opposed capture, and undermined to "independent" from the UN after it called his war on medications a wrongdoing under global law.President Duterte, known for his questionable comments, had beforehand called US Secretary of State John Kerry "insane" and alluded to Pope Francis as the "child of a prostitute". 

Be that as it may, the president additionally has staunch backing at home for his hardline position on medications.

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