President Donald Trump is set to meet with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the White House on Monday.

According to a statement from Trudeau's office, the prime minister will travel to Washington, D.C., to discuss the "unique relationship" between Canada and the U.S. and how they can continue to support middle-class residents in both countries.

A statement from the White House says the two leaders are looking forward to "a constructive conversation on strengthening the relationship between our two nations."

Monday will be the first time the leaders meet in person after having had several telephone calls.

The meeting comes after Canada said it would offer temporary residence to those affected by Trump's executive order on immigration.

A full itinerary for the meeting has not been released.


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