Our country’s big-city mayors were huddled in the nation’s capital on Monday — in a bone-busting -24C before the wind chill — to try to coax a little love and support from the prime minister for triggering the illegal immigration crisis that is costing them multi-millions.
The mayors met, in fact, on the second anniversary of the day Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responded to U.S. President Donald Trump coming down hard on illegals in his own country by sending out the tweet that launched the border queue-jumping of undocumented thousands.
Our government is committed to family reunification, which is why we increased the intake of parent and grandparent applications from 5,000 under the Conservatives to 20,000 this year.
Here’s how we have improved the program: pic.twitter.com/uCou8xrnTx
— Ahmed Hussen (@HonAhmedHussen) January 29, 2019