This time, it features administration bet Mar Roxas, who is known to be Duterte's friend-turned-foe when their battle for the presidency started last year.
The video, which is over a minute long, retained the original parts of the now-viral anti-Duterte ad but was edited to highlight Roxas' political blunders through the years.
It starts with a child asking whether we want a leader like Roxas, which was spliced with the infamous footage of him cursing during a charter change protest in 2008.
The video went on to include a quote the former Interior secretary unintentionally popularized after the onslaught of Typhoon Yolanda: "You are a Romualdez and the President is an Aquino."
Even the controversial Playgirls incident, wherein members of the Liberal Party were treated to some twerking action on-stage, was included.
Two instances where Roxas went head-to-head against Duterte during the campaign period (on drugs and their much-publicized slapfest dare) were also featured.
"Sampalan? Bakit pa sampalan eh pang babae yan, suntukan na lang," he said.
And here's an alternate, very troll-like version:
Roxas, who used to lag behind his opponents in past surveys, has recently taken the second spot from Senator Grace Poe in a recent Pulse Asia survey. Duterte still holds the lead at 33 percent.
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