Trump’s America: Canadians Traveling To Womens March’s Denied Entry

Trumps America Canadians traveling to Womens March s Denied Entry Fingerprinted Photographed Searched.A group of canadians on their way to the Women’s March in Washington told the border agents their plans to march, after this cars were searched and phones examined, and each person was fingerprinted and had their photo taken

Relations between Canada and the United States are under scrutiny following the election of Trump, who has vowed to put “America first” and renegotiate a trade agreement with Mexico and Canada.

Dyck was car-pooling with five other Canadians and two French nationals on Thursday who were held for two hours at the Lacolle border crossing where they were searched, made to unlock their mobile phones and ultimately denied entry.

Joseph Decunha, a 20-year-old physics student at McGill University in Montreal, was also turned back at the Lacolle crossing between Quebec and New York state after being asked specifically if he, his partner and a friend supported or opposed Trump.