In his tweet, trump also wrote: a final decision has not yet been made. All funding is still frozen.
A month after the United States announced disconnection from who, Fox News reported exclusively on the 15th that according to a five page draft letter from the channels Carlson tonight show, the trump administration plans to resume part of its funding to who. According to the report, the draft letter clearly stated in Trumps tone, despite its shortcomings, I believe that who still has great potential, and I hope to see it play this potential, especially during the current global crisis (referring to the new crown epidemic).
On April 14, trump announced that the United States suspended payment of its dues to the World Health Organization. He announced the decision at a White House press conference that evening. Trump said that the United States, as the main sponsor of who, has the responsibility to be accountable for whos actions in the epidemic, which pays more than $400 million annually to who.