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President Donald Trump announced on Friday that he’s “terminating” the US’s relationship with the World Health Organization.
Trump claimed that China pressured the WHO to “mislead the world” when the coronavirus was initially discovered in Wuhan and argued that “China has total control over” the WHO. 
The WHO plays a crucial role in assisting and advising developing countries on public health crises and experts warn Trump’s move could undermine global efforts to contain the coronavirus.  
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President Donald Trump announced on Friday that he’s “terminating” the US’s relationship with the World Health Organization over what he alleges is its faulty response to the coronavirus pandemic. 

“We are today terminating our relationship with the World Health Organization,” Trump said during an appearance in the Rose Garden on Friday, adding that the US will be “redirecting those funds to other worldwide and deserving urgent global public health needs.”See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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