Transcript for Canadian PM Justin Trudeau and Ivanka Trump attend 'Come From Away' Broadway musical
remembered. Here's David Wright. ??? ??? at the start of a moment ??? Repter: Call it Broadway diplomacy. The prime minister from the great white north came to the great white way for a musical, based on a true story. On an island in a different land. There's America, and next to it is a town called gander. Reporter: Gander who welcomed 7,000 unexpected refugees on 9/11. Passengers on 38 commercial jet that is ended up getting diverted there. ??? Reporter: It's a musical with a message about welcoming strangers with open arms. When you go through difficult times, that's when you turn and lean on your friends, and we're there for each other, and that ultimately is what this story is all about. Reporter: Justin Trudeau has been critical of president trump's approach to refugees, but Al careful. Trudeau and Ivanka Trump have met before, just last month at the white house. Last night's outing wasn't a date. Ivanka's chaperone, the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. The theater serving like the ice rink in gander did on 9/11, breaking the ice. "Come from away" forging friends. Our thanks to David Wright, and thank your watching on a Thursday night. I'm David Muir. I hope to see you right back here tomorrow to finish out the week. Good night.
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