Ferdinand Alexander Marcos or Sandro is the eldest son of Bongbong Marcos and Atty. Lisa Araneta. He may be young but the brilliance in him can’t be hidden from the camera as he answers impromptu questions as honest as he could possibly do. So for the media, better refrain from doing ambush interviews with him if you are not prepared on how to handle his answers.
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[VIDEO]: Sen. Bongbong Marcos’ eldest son takes questions from the press after delivering a speech on behalf of his father at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines forum on the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law.
Ready to Take on the Challenge
Sandro Marcos was not just replacing his father speaking in front of PUP spectators about BBL but Bongbong Marcos who has the great public speaking capability of his grandfather, former President Ferdinand Marcos. But he did it well with flying colors in his own way and ability.
He Apologizes on behalf of his father
Food poisoning made Bongbong Marcos miss his engagement but Sandro saves it by doing the speech himself. He seems not intimidated at all. In fact, he enjoys every bit of it right after he passes his comfort zone. It is evident that public life for him is just normal.
Sandros’s aura in front of the public is addictive. You just want to find out more after seeing a glimpse of hi, He would be someone to watch out for as he grows older.
When reporters throw questions at him, he simply answers them back with great enthusiasm. There were no questions unanswered. He was able to satisfy all the reporters who gathered around him right after his BBL speech at PUP.
Bongbong Marcos’ Nature is also his
Bongbong Marcos character reflects Sandro’s. After all, they are father and son. Good breeding is really important in nurturing future leaders and Marcos did a good job on that. No doubt.
The young Marcos is young, handsome. intelligent and witty but you can feel the humility in the tone of his voice. It signifies how he is raised at home. Firm in discipline but humble in many other ways. That is clearly a Bongbong Marcos culture.