Biden’s National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan criticized the Trump administration, saying that they “did not conduct pandemic surveillance as seriously as they should be,” and at the same time commented on what the World Health Organization is about to publish on Sunday. Reports of the origin of the pandemic are doubtful.
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Sullivan told CBS’ “Face the Country” on Sunday: “I also believe that we need a credible, open, and transparent international investigation led by the World Health Organization.” “They are about to propose a pandemic in Wuhan, China We have questions about the origin report because we believe that China did not provide enough raw data to explain how this pandemic spread in China and eventually spread all over the world.”
He continued: “We believe that both the WHO and China should step up their efforts.”
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Despite the concerns expressed by members of the Biden administration, the government still chose to rejoin the World Health Organization. Secretary of State Anthony Brinken announced on Wednesday that the United States will pay the WHO $200 million at the end of this month.
Sullivan said: “I cannot determine the identity of the Biden administration, nor the exact location of the Biden administration.” “This is partly because the Chinese government does not have enough transparency, and the WHO still needs to do more to get it done. Clear the exact place of origin of this virus.”
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Despite pointing out these problems, Sullivan fired repeatedly at the Trump administration, which severed ties with the World Health Organization.
He said: “I believe we need to take various steps to see how the previous government responded to this pandemic, and what lessons we need to learn to ensure that this does not happen again.”
Adam Shaw of Fox News contributed to this report.