Yes we Canada: Immigration site crashes as Trump leads election
The election night showdown between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump has social media buzzing and immigration sites crashing.
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Forecasts are showing that Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States, and that's got many concerned -- concerned enough to leave the country, apparently.
Canada's immigration website crashed on Tuesday night, just as the New York Times' forecast gave Trump a 95 percent chance of defeating Hillary Clinton to win the election.
Social media remains ablaze, too, with many claiming they'll move to Canada should Trump become the US' 45th president. "I can't believe this" was also a popular tweet as the Republican nominee's likelihood for victory began to rise.
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