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Trudeau fears ‘disruptions’ in event of tight US vote result




Canadian Minister Justin said Thursday his government feared “some disruptions” if the result of the US presidential election is close, and that Ottawa is preparing for “any outcomes.”

“We view all the polarization in the with some concern,” Trudeau said in French, referring to the country’s political discord less than a month until the November 3 election between President Donald and Democrat Joe .

“We’re all watching the US election with close attention because of its potential impact on the Canadian and on Canadians,” Trudeau said at a news conference.

“We’re certainly all hoping for a smooth transition or a clear result” in the , he said.

“If it is less clear, there may be some disruptions and we need to be ready for any outcomes,” he said, without elaborating.

has questioned the integrity of ballots, which are popular this election due to the Covid , and he has refused to commit to a peaceful transition of if he loses the vote.

Trudeau, who has an often stormy relationship with Trump, generally refrains from commenting on political happenings in Canada’s powerful neighbor.

“We will not be interfering or engaging in any way in their electoral processes and that includes commenting on their electoral processes,” he said.

is Canada’s largest trading partner, with Can$2.4 billion (US$1.8 billion) flowing across the border each day.


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