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On Friday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that he agreed with President Donald Trump going against the World Health Organization (WHO) on their handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
"The president says it's the World Health Organization, and that's why he's taken action against them. Not my field. But he's right to ask the question because this was too little, too late," stated Cuomo.
Last week, Trump would announce that the United States was putting a halt to the funding that they provide WHO, citing that they were't aggressive enough in taking care of the coronavirus — particularly with how they handled China and the information that was coming out of the communist nation.
New York recorded its third consecutive day of less COVID-19 deaths.