"Trump suspended USA donations to the World Health Organization on April 14, accusing it of encouraging China's" disinformation" about the coronavirus outbreak and stating his government would establish an overview of their company.
The announcement, of course, came via Twitter.
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He added that all funds to the World Health Organization remain frozen. During that time, the administration will review the organisation's actions.
"Because of the presidentâ€™s leadership and the unprecedented collaboration between these companies and the federal government, nobody in the country that has needed a ventilator has gone without one", a White House official said.
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Graham said he was convinced that had it not been for "deception" by the CCP, the virus would not be in the United States. Graham said Tuesday that the "hard-hitting" bill sanctions China "until they cooperate with investigators".
Trump said that based on the review, it is clear that the World Health Organization "consistently ignored credible reports of the virus spreading in Wuhan in early December 2019 or even earlier" and failed to share information from Taiwanese authorities that they had information indicating human-to-human transmission of the mysterious CCP virus, also known as the novel coronavirus. Meanwhile, the White House claimed that the president had "broad discretion" over the money allocated to the WHO.
Moreover, the United States is the largest single donor of WHO. This means that if China will contribute $40 million, the same amount will be given by the USA and no longer the $400 to $500 million anymore. Per the Wall Street Journal, no country comes close to USA funding, which makes up 15 per cent of the WHO's budget.
More than 300,000 people have died due to the coronavirus pandemic and over 4.8 million people infected around the world. Some experts have said that the move is political and a way for China to portray itself as a global leader in the fight against coronavirus rather than the country which the virus originated from.
"That is why I've decided the United States will continue to partner and work with the World Health Organization", it added.