Pelosi presented Trudeau with a basket of California wine and chocolate at a joint news conference with the Prime Minister at the US Capitol.
"I'm here to devote the effort," said the California Democrat.
"As I promised, Pelosi said, and surrendered the Trudeau basket," products from the great state of California – starting with chocolate, almonds, walnuts, pistachios and wine. "
She congratulated Trudeau with Raptor's historic winner: Last week, the Warriors team beat 114-110 in match 6 of the NBA finals to win their first NBA title.
Trudeau accepted the gift and said:" Canadians are gracious In defeat and even more gracious in victory. "
He then drew a gift of his own and told Pelosi:" I put together a little bit of Raptor's swag ̵
1; I do not expect you to wear it. "Trudeau also presented her with chocolate he said was made by a company called Peace by Chocolate in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, started by a family of Syrian refugees.
" I really have to recognize the grace of the warriors and their extraordinary sportsmanship they showed, "he said." It was a huge battle between Raptors and Warriors. "
Pelosi said she and Trudeau had put the bet shortly after returning from Normandy in France, where they together with President Donald Trump and other world leaders – commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day earlier this month.
Thursday, Washington, was a bilateral meeting with Trump at the White House and for meetings with House and Senate leaders at US Capitol Trudeau tweeted later on Thursday that he had had a good meeting with Pelosi, where they talked about recent progress towards the ratification of the new NAFTA and the expansion of trade between Canada and the United States.
Trudeau also talks about their exchange of gifts
and said: "Thanks for the basket of California's finest, @SpeakerPelosi. No matter who won our #NBA Finals betting, Canadians cannot appear empty-handed. @Peacebychoco is some of Canada's best chocolate and a heartwarming Syrian refugee's success story. Hope you enjoy! "
Pelosi also tweeted about the exchange
and said," It's always a pleasure to visit with you, @JustinTrudeau – I hope you enjoy your basket of California's finest. Looking forward to continuing to build on the strong friendship between our two countries! "
CNN's Paula Newton and Matthew Hoye contributed to this report.