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WHO, Please Accept This Apology: The US Government Is Not in Service

Only this presidential administration would cut funding to the World Health Organization in the middle of a pandemic. White House officials fail to realize that by defunding this UN agency, the US government is defunding itself.

WHO, Please Accept This Apology: The US Government Is Not in Service
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