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Justin Trudeau's US Election Reaction Is Here & This Is What He Had To Say

After multiple news outlets have called Joe Biden the next U.S. president, Justin Trudeau's reaction is here and he's congratulating Biden as well as Kamala Harris.

Now that projections have been made in the U.S. election, the prime minister reacted on Twitter to Biden being called the winner.

He gave his congratulations to the projected president-elect and vice president-elect.

Editor's Choice: Joe Biden Has Been Called The Winner Of The US Election By Multiple Networks

Our two countries are close friends, partners, and allies. Justin Trudeau

Trudeau said that Canada and the U.S. are close friends as well as allies and partners.

He noted that the two countries have a relationship that he believes is "unique on the world stage."

"I'm really looking forward to working together and building on that with you both," the prime minister said.

He had refrained from commenting on the race between Trump and Biden before the results came in.

Before election day, Trudeau did mention that his government would be ready for any outcome.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Flying Monkeys Craft Brewery in Barrie yesterday and rubbed elbows with the locals.

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Jagmeet Singh Just Dropped His Campaign Platform & He's Got Some Big Promises For Canadians

Squashing student debt and boosting the minimum wage are part of Singh's plan.

On Thursday, August 12, Jagmeet Singh released the NDP's campaign platform ahead of a potential snap election. "It's time for a government that delivers real results for people like you," he began.

Speaking about his opponents, Singh said that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "wants to look like he cares" and Erin O'Toole is "too busy protecting the interests of his rich friends."

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Joe Biden has revealed that Canada getting vaccines from the U.S. could happen again and he's going to try and help our country.

While announcing on April 21 that his country has reached a milestone of 200 million doses administered, Biden said that he's looking at what can be done with doses that aren't being used.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has revealed that existing travel restrictions in Canada could become even stricter.

Speaking during a press conference on April 20, he confirmed that officials are considering how the rules could be updated to ensure that COVID-19 cases from abroad don’t come into Canada.

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