Duterte to terrorists: 'I can eat you'

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte claims he would eat a terrorist’s liver. The eye-popping comments came after members of the jihadist militant group Abu Sayyaf Group clashed with Philippines government troops.

01:00 - Source: CNN
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