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days after u.s president donald trump announced his decision to sever ties with the world health organization the global health body has now extended an olive branch to the u.s president in a last-ditch effort to retain its largest donor which is the u.s the wh chief teddrus adam praised american contribution to global health over the past decades he also expressed hope that the collaboration will continue the us governments and its people's contribution and generosity towards global health over many decades has been immense and it has made a great difference in public health all around the world it is what's wish for this collaboration to continue trump's decision to pull out of the who has been criticized by health experts across the world legal experts also cast doubts over whether the president can unilaterally follow through on the announcement without consulting congress the president has accused the who of being china's puppet in allegedly downplaying the covet 19 outbreak on may 18th the u.s president wrote a letter to the who chief ted ross adonam with the demand for urgent reforms it is still unclear as to what particular reforms the u.s wants for the who this is a rather tricky situation with contributions worth 450 million dollars annually the u.s by far is the who's largest donor and at the same time the whs does not want to antagonize china which exercises massive clout in the organization as well [Music] you