President Trump met this weekend with the controversial president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte. There appeared to be plenty of goodwill between the two leaders. The President even said that the two had a "great relationship."
But very little was said about human rights violations, stemming from thousands of extrajudicial killings in the Philippines as part of Duterte's war against illegal drugs.
To find out what Filipino Americans are saying about Trump's visit, Take Two spoke to James Zarsadiaz, assistant professor of history and director of the Philippine Studies program at the University of San Francisco.
"There's disappointment across the board," Zarsadiaz tells Take Two.
Filipino Americans — especially many here — are concerned about this. The United States and the Philippines have had a longstanding relationship and had strong alliances and ties for decades. Essentially, this was seen as something not very positive as a result of the summit.