Kris Aquino trends as speculations of her entering politics circulate

MANILA, Philippines –
Kris Aquino was a top trending topic on Thursday night as rumors for her to run in 2022 elections circulated online.

Kris Aquino trends as speculations of her entering politics circulate

Following the death of former President Benigno Aquino III, Kris is now being predicted to step up and continue her family's political legacy. It can be recalled that PNoy sought the Presidency with a huge public support following the death of his mother, former President Cory Aquino in 2009.


Now, many netizens are hinting for Kris to follow the steps of her late brother and seek higher office in the 2022 elections. On Twitter, Mara Cepeda asked netizens on how PNoy's death will impact local politics.

"Noynoy Aquino was propelled to the presidency after the death of his mother, democracy icon Cory Aquino. 3 year after his father Ninoy Aquino was assassinated in 1983, a dictator was ousted. How will PNoy's death impact the opposition this time?"

Some netizens answered,"Hoping Kris Aquino runs for office."

A critic of the Liberal Party was also quick to notice how Kris entering politics would just be repeating history.

Another tweet that gained reactions was also a question that posted if Kris will be running for President.

Aside from tweets, there are also polls asking netizens if they would be willing to give support to Kris if she decided to seek a national seat.

Earlier, Kris made a tell-all video explaining her stand and experiences under the Duterte administration. She revealed she was let go by ABS-CBN because the station didn't want to associate with the Aquinos for the time being. She, however, clarified that she has no bad grudges or issues with President Rodrigo Duterte and his supporters.

— Sally, The Summit Express

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  1. Naku..unsa man tawon kaayuhan Kung modagan na xa. Oi..para ra man japon. Na xa sa yellow. Magmahay jud tang tanan. Masamok lang ang. KalibutanšŸ˜

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