After calling for U.S. citizens to vote Donald Trump out, Jagmeet Singh reacted to the U.S. election projected win for Joe Biden.\nThe NDP leader took to Twitter to congratulate the president-elect after multiple networks projected Biden winning the election.Singh also quoted former NDP leader Jack Layton.\nEditor's Choice: Justin Trudeau Just Responded To Joe Biden Being Called The New US President\n\n\n“\n\n\nAs the Trump Presidency comes to an end I'm reminded of Jack's final words.\n\n\nJagmeet Singh\n\n\n\nHe said that "as the Trump Presidency comes to an end I'm reminded of Jack's final words."\n"Love is better than anger. Hope is better than fear. Optimism is better than despair. So let us be loving, hopeful & optimistic. And we’ll change the world," Singh quoted.\nBefore election day, the prime minister wouldn't comment on the race but did note that his government was preparing for any result.\nSingh didn't take the same route and actually tweeted that Americans should vote out Trump.\nHe also said that he hopes Trump loses the election which "would be better for the world."\nOnce the former U.S. vice president was called the winner of the election, Trudeau did congratulate Biden along with Kamala Harris.