While the news is all eyes on the president-elect, netizens just can’t resist keeping up with the presidentiables. The elections are indeed divisive and stressful. So to cope up with the post-election anxiety, these presidentiables continue their jobs, rest, and spend time with their families.
Keeping Up with Senator Manny Pacquiao
Senator Pacquiao immediately conceded and then immediately spent time with his family. The Pacquiaos traveled to Japan and attended church like they usually do every Sunday. He was not present in the Congress’ canvassing of votes but showed up during the last day of the 18th Congress.
What’s Up with Senator Ping Lacson
Senator Ping Lacson is retiring from politics. He immediately started packing up things and bonding with his grandchildren in Cavite. He also spoke a farewell speech on the last day of the 18th Congress and got a surprise birthday bash from his staff. Belated Happy Birthday, Sir!
What’s Up Yorme?
Yorme Isko Moreno Domagoso also swiftly conceded to the president-elect and continue doing his job. Keeping up with Yorme seems hard because he is always busy. He is hands-on in responding to the needs of Manileños and was recently seen on the ground zero of the recent fire incident in Baseco. Aside from that, he also inspected ongoing projects of the city government like the Bagong Ospital ng Maynila and several housing sites.
Keeping Up with VP Leni Robredo
VP Leni Robredo flew to New York to attend her daughter, Jillian’s graduation ceremony shortly after the thanksgiving party for her supporters. After bonding with her 3 daughters in New York, she distributed relief for the victims of Mt. Bulusan eruption in Sorsogon. Currently, the Office of the Vice President is busy with the transition of powers to the incoming VP.
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