by Eric Quintanar
Nikki Haley, the Trump administration’s former ambassador to the United Nations, blasted the UN-based World Health Organization for taking China’s word about the potential dangers and transmissibility of the coronavirus.
“Taiwan told them December 31st: We have evidence of human-to-human transmission,” Haley told Fox News on Monday, reported The Washington Examiner. “Then they came out two weeks later and they said that there was none of the human-to-human transmission. “
“They didn’t decide until the end of the month that maybe they needed to say that this could be a health emergency,” said Haley. “All while saying you don’t need to stop trade, saying you don’t need to stop travel, and criticizing the president when he, up-front, decided to stop that travel.”