White House trade adviser Peter Navarro claimed that China was “very aggressively” trying to “gain control” of agencies of the United Nations.

Navarro joined Fox News’s Martha MacCallum on her show Wednesday night to discuss China, its role in the coronavirus outbreak, and the communist country’s relationship with agencies such as the World Health Organization.

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“Martha, let me — let me give you a kind of bigger look at the chessboard here because the U.N. itself has 15 specialized agencies including the WHO, the World Intellectual Property Organization, things like that,” Navarro said.

“And what China has been doing very, very aggressively over the last decade is to try to gain control of those by electing people to the top,” he continued. “It already controls five of the 15. And also by using proxies, colonial-type proxies like Tedros [Adhanom Ghebreyesus], at the WHO.”

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