Fox & Friends Suggests Trump Should Build Northern Wall to Protect U.S. From Canada

Donald Trump rode to the White House on his promise to build a wall on the Mexican border, and today, his favorite show flirted with the idea of taking that campaign promise up a notch. Jillian Mele said on Fox & Friends that Trump “might want to think about a northern border wall” to seal off America from Canada. Male said the reason for this is because Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently voiced approval for a new domestic policy that would allow “reformed terrorists” to return to his country. In an upcoming interview that will air on CTV, Trudeau justified his position by laying out a reintegration plan, and he also argued that reformed terrorists will be “an extraordinarily powerful voice for preventing radicalization in future generations.” Beyond this domestic decision, Canadian government might not be particularly popular with Trumpworld right now. During the United Nations vote this week on Trump’s Jerusalem embassy plans, Canada abstained from the vote, and the push to acknowledge Jerusalem as the capital of Israel was overwhelmingly condemned in the General Assembly. The Trump Administration previously suggested that the U.S. would withhold funding to the U.N. and cut aid to countries who vote against America if the resolution failed. Watch above, via Fox News. [Image via screengrab] — —
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