News2Share’s Ford Fischer asks Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau how he’d deal with an influx of American immigrants into Canada if Donald J. Trump were elected.

“If over the past decades that had been the case, we’d have more people in Canada than in the United States … It becomes an easy thing to cry out,” he said to an audience at American University.

“If over the past decades that had been the case, we would have more people in Canada than in the United States right now instead of being one tenth your size.”

“That’s just the nature of our friendship and relationship and to link it too much to politics is humorous,” he added. “There will always be flows back and forth and one must never fret or be disappointed with that.”