Canada's deputy prime minister told Canadians who are living in the U.S. that she's got their backs, regardless of the U.S. election result.

In a press conference on election day, Chrystia Freeland said she had spoken with Canada's ambassador in the U.S. about the possibility of conflict after the results and their response in that event.

She said she's ready for anything and everything that could happen following the result. 

"Our government is absolutely ready and we have thoughtfully prepared for all eventualities," Freeland said.

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We have a plan no matter what happens. Chrystia Freeland

Even Canadians who aren't in the U.S. have expressed concern about the results and the ramifications to follow. 

Canadians fear issues like racial tension, the collapse of the stock market, and general chaos in regards to American politics. 

"It is absolutely the responsibility of our government to be there for Canadians outside our country and we'll be there," said Freeland.

She said it's up to Americans to make the final decision on who will run their country and that Canada will accept their choice. 

However, she said it's equally important for this country to be aware of the turnout, as the federal government will be working closely with the U.S. going forward.

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