Haley says US shouldn’t attend major WHO meeting if Taiwan excluded due to Chinese pressure

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FIRST ON FOX: Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley says that the U.S. should not attend the upcoming World Health Organization (WHO) meeting as long as Taiwan remains excluded from the event due to pressure from China.

The World Health Assembly, which serves as the decision-making body of the WHO, is set to take place on May 22. but Taiwan is typically excluded from a number of U.N.-related events due to Beijing not recognizing it as a separate country.

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Haley, in a statement to Fox News Digital, said that given the Chinese origins of the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. should skip the event unless there is Chinese accountability, and the involvement of Taiwan.

“It’s been over two years since China gave the world COVID and lied about it with the…

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