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Trump to Pull U.S. Out of World Health Organization

WASHINGTON/UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said he is terminating the U.S. relationship with the World Health Organization over its handling of the coronavirus, saying the WHO had essentially become a puppet organization of China.

The Bully of Beijing

The coronavirus is China's latest excuse for aggression. Trump must stand up to it.

Chinese President Xi Jinping Speaks With Russian President Vladimir Putin Via Video LinkIn 1962, China and India fought a brief war in the Aksai-Chin region, a mountainous territory along their shared border. China eventually drove the Indians behind the so-called Line of Actual Control, where the still-contested borderline remains today.

China Working to Assume Control of U.N. Agencies

Trump admin vows to combat Chinese manipulation of global body

China flagChina is working to assume control of multiple key United Nations agencies in order to subvert U.S. influence and advance its anti-democratic agenda, current and former senior Trump administration officials told the Washington Free Beacon.

Trump Admin Says Hong Kong No Longer Autonomous From China

Decision comes amid Communist Party crackdown on protesters

The Trump administration on Wednesday officially designated Hong Kong as no longer autonomous from China, escalating tensions between the United States and Beijing as it violently cracks down on protesters in the city.

White House Pushes Back on Chinese Claims it Gives Most in Global Health Aid

War of words over aid is the latest sally in the Trump administration’s efforts to counteract Chinese propaganda

The Trump administration is aggressively working to counter China's claims that it has overtaken the United States as a global health aid leader, with a senior administration official telling the Washington Free Beacon that Beijing's newfound generosity is part of an effort to distract the world from its early cover-up of the coronavirus.

YouTube Censors Criticism of China

Site automatically deletes terms used by regime critics

YouTube is deleting any comments that contain two terms that are critical of the Chinese government, raising concerns about the tech industry's willingness to censor content in order to gain favor with the communist regime.