Washington, D.C. – Trey Yingst – OAN Chief White House Correspondent
President Donald Trump welcomed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the White House on Monday for a bilateral meeting.
The two world leaders began their day with a meeting in the Oval Office. Afterwards they worked on a plan to empower women in business at a roundtable discussion.
Appearing before the media, President Trump spoke about immigration and trade with the Prime Minister by his side. He also discussed where the United States and Canada share common values.
“We share the love and a truly great love of freedom,” President Trump said.
Prime Minister Trudeau echoed the sentiments of President Trump saying both countries have shared interests in security and trade.
Trudeau’s visit to the White House was the third major visit to Washington by a foreign leader under the Trump administration.