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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte gestures while delivering a speech during the inauguration of a drug abuse treatment and rehabilitation center inside the military headquarters in Fort Magsaysay, in the Nueva Ecija province

Trump invites U.S. critic Duterte to the White House

President-elect Donald Trump and Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte spoke on the phone in what an aide described as a "very engaging" talk. Though Duterte expressed optimism for better diplomatic ties with Trump, he remains a harsh critic of Washington.

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