The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Canadian border

    Americans Look to Canada After Trump’s Election

    This time people actually mean it. At 11 p.m. EST, Canada’s citizenship and immigration website went down — a fluke many chalked up to Americans researching how to move there. This election drove Americans on both ends of the political spectrum to look north of the border, with Canadian real estate agents reporting a 20 percent spike in inquiries, and dating site saying they’ve seen an increase in American traffic. It’ll be a while, though, before it becomes clear how many do end up immigrating.

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