Donald Trump promised that he wouldn't build a wall with Canada.
But if you asked Canadians on election night, they would have told you they considered it as voting results turned in Donald Trump's favour.
— Dr. Winder Gill (@winder_gill) November 9, 2016
Canada is building a Wall & guess whose paying for it pic.twitter.com/soic6TS3lt
— LM (@Thelegendmac1) November 9, 2016
— Mohamed El Dahshan (@eldahshan) November 9, 2016
Canada built a wall to keep us out. pic.twitter.com/A47YgjNElt
— holly wood (@girlziplocked) November 9, 2016
Based on early election results Canada started erecting the border wall pic.twitter.com/u8YB5kUHbp
— Colin Ross (@proleboy) November 9, 2016
— Rico Sondakh (@Rico10x) November 9, 2016
— Koishii & Hush (@koishiiandhush) November 9, 2016
Last year, in the run-up to the Republican primaries, contender Scott Walker said that building a border wall with Canada would be a "legitimate issue for us to look at."
He later said that he didn't support building one.
Trump said earlier this year that building a wall with Canada would be "very hard" to do.