Despite their political differences, Trillanes obliged.
During the Senate public information committee hearing, Trillanes asked Uson about the fake news she supposedly published on her Facebook page called Mocha Uson Blog.
After Trillanes finished with his questions, he went out of the committee room. Outside, Uson was heard asking the senator for a photo before the two shook hands.
During the Senate public information committee hearing, Uson teased Trillanes about his looks.
“Ang guwapo niyo pala senator sa personal,” Uson told Trillanes. “Hindi po fake news ‘yun, sir.”
Trillanes, in response, said, “Konti na lang [bola] at baka i-atras ko na ‘yung kaso. Konti na lang bola.” He was referring to the multiple criminal complaints he filed against Uson for allegedly spearheading the spread of fake news over his supposed offshore bank accounts.
The exchange drew laughter from those present in the hearing.
Before that, Trillanes, with a smile, said he attended the hearing because he heard Uson “misses” him.