Trudeau, Biden meet to discuss 'shared vision'

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Joe Biden have kicked off the U.S. president's first bilateral meeting since taking office last month. The two leaders exchanged warm greetings, despite the fact that the bilateral summit was being held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Trudeau was effusive in his praise of Biden's agenda on climate change, noting that U.S. leadership on the file had been absent for the last four years.