Justin Trudeau won’t lecture Trump over his travel ban

Justin Trudeau, Canada’s PM, said that he wouldn’t lecture Mr. Trump over the travel ban that he made, but that his country would set an example on how things should be run in a country.

Mr. Trump said that he wanted “to have a big beautiful, open door”, but that “we cannot let the wrong people in,” according to BBC.

But Canada’s PM says that they would “pursue our policies of openness” without jeopardizing security and would serve as a “positive example in the world”.

Canada’s leader said that he would welcome anyone that is trying to flee a country corrupted with persecution and war and that is true with Canada accepting 40,000 refugees that have fled their country for a better life in Canada.