In August 2014, 40 percent of Americans told pollsters that they expected a “large outbreak” of Ebola in the United States.
The Trump administration is now trying to prevent that headquarters from being built.
In 2018, The Washington Post reported that the Trump administration was “dramatically downsizing” the global “epidemic prevention activities” Obama had launched following the Ebola crisis.
This year, even as the coronavirus outbreak was raging, Trump proposed cutting American funding for WHO in half.
Since Trump took office, both the CDC and the National Institutes of Health have reduced their staff in Beijing.

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