President Trump says U.S. will terminate relationship with World Health Organization

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WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) – President Donald Trump held a news conference in the Rose Garden Friday afternoon.

President Trump announced that the United States would be terminating its relationship with the World Health Organization (WHO) and redirecting the federal funs to “deserving organizations concerned with world health needs.”

“China has control over WHO,” he said.

The president also announced measures the U.S. would be taking against China. 

According to the president, the U.S. would ban “certain foreign nationals from China” and update the State Department’s travel advisory to Hong Kong. 

After making the short announcements, Trump departed without taking any questions from reporters.

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