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At UN General Assembly, little unity as Trump blasts China, WHO over pandemic

The United Nations General Assembly is underway — but it looks very different this year. For the first time in the body’s history, the meeting is being held virtually due to the pandemic. Meanwhile, unity among member nations appears to be in short supply. President Trump used the summit to blast China and the World Health Organization over their coronavirus handling. Nick Schifrin reports.

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