Philippine election: Bongbong Marcos slams ‘nuisance candidate’ who called him an impostor

Dictator’s son Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jnr, 64, faces several petitions seeking to stop him from running to become the Philippines’ next president. One says he’s a convicted tax cheat, another that he’s morally unfit. But surely the most unusual charge is that he’s dead.That allegation was filed by a man who also has presidential aspirations. Tiburcio Villamor Marcos, who refers himself as TVM, claims that Bongbong Marcos is an “impostor” and that the “real” Bongbong died when still a young…

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