The very BEST Twitter reactions to Canada’s emigration website crash

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Anti-Trump Americans made many satirical tweets during the recently called election claiming that if Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election, they would move to Canada.

Well, call their own bluff they did: disgruntled Americans unfurled their maple-leaf flags and crashed Canada's emigration website as Trump was elected 45th president of the United States.  

Officials confirmed that the crash was due to a massive spike in web traffic, some of which spilled out onto Twitter as the events unfolded.

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It all started with the site becoming increasingly slow as users fought to look up forms and requirements for emigration. 

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The site officially crashed in the early hours of the morning as Trump was within striking distance of winning, his promise to built a wall between the US and Mexico clearly still fresh in people's minds. 

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Initial frustrations were to be expected, as the inconvenience of it all got to a few potential emigrants.

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We're not sure if this merits emigration, but to each their own. 

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Some Canadians couldn't help but comment on the matter themselves. 

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And even Canada itself got in on the trend, 

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And others are still hung up on Barack Obama

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