Coronavirus: Trump dumps World Health Organisation (WHO)
By Guardian Exclusive
17 April 2020 | 2:29 pm
President Donald Trump recently announced that the United States would temporarily cut off funding to the World Health Organization, stating that the organizations have failed in its basic duties and its response to the coronavirus outbreak.
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