CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield says the World Health Organization "has been a long-term and still is a great partner for us," despite President Trump cutting its funding Tuesday.
Here's what Redfield told CBS today:
"Those decisions that are made above related to some of the geopolitical issues, I have to leave to those that really have that expertise. But, for me and for CDC and the public health arena, we're continuing to work side by side with WHO to do the best that we can to limit the spread of disease and to protect the American people."
Redfield added that, "It's important at this point that we leave the analysis of what could have been done better and what maybe we did well to once we get through this and get through the outbreak, we get it over."