Michael Bociurkiw is a global affairs analyst and a former spokesman for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. Follow him on Twitter @WorldAffairsPro. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his; view more opinions on CNN. (CNN)Tuesday was a lousy day for the agency leading the fight against the deadly Covid-19 pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO).It should be enough that the UN agency is in the midst of coordinating the ongoing global public health response to the pandemic (while trying to commemorate its 72nd birthday). But it was also the day President Donald Trump (after trashing the “fake news” media Monday) decided to set his sights on the WHO. Starting with a tweet around midday, Trump assailed the Geneva-based organization for being “China centric,” for, he said, blowing the Covid-19 response. He slammed the WHO for providing, he wrote, a “faulty recommendation” on keeping America’s border with China open in January, when the Covid-19 virus began making its way around the globe. (The WHO has not responded to my request for comment Tuesday on the President’s statements.) The President continued his rant against the organization at Tuesday’s daily White House Coronavirus Task Force media briefing, saying the

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