Biden Promises to Restore WHO Ties; Pence Hits Back, Backing Trump Withdrawal

Biden Promises to Restore WHO Ties; Pence Hits Back, Backing Trump Withdrawal
Counterclockwise from top: WHO offices illuminated as night falls; President Trump; WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus; former Vice President and presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. (WHO, Dreamstime; Trump, Tedros and Biden, Getty Images)
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