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Pompeo: WHO Needs A 'Structural Fix' Of Its 'Shortcomings'

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Pompeo: WHO Needs A 'Structural Fix' Of Its 'Shortcomings'

Pompeo: WHO Needs A 'Structural Fix' Of Its 'Shortcomings'

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the COVID-19 pandemic shows the need to overhaul the World Health Organization.

Pompeo told Fox News on Wednesday there needed to be “a structural fix of the WHO” to correct its “shortcomings.” He warned that Washington may never restore WHO funding and could even work to set up an alternative to the UN body instead.

Democrats in the US House of Representatives accused the Trump administration of trying to “scapegoat” the institution.

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