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Duterte’s History of Outlandish Comments

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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte compared himself to Hitler, admiring the Nazi leader’s ability to exterminate people, in part of his continuing mission to eradicate drug addicts. It’s just the latest step in Duterte’s history of outlandish comments.