Mr. President, when is the debt meeting with the leaders? In about 10 minutes. Seriously? [Inaudible] You're holding it up. When is it actually happening, sir? We're working on it right now, the exact -- Will it be on Tuesday? I think so. It's been reported it will be Tuesday. I think so. Do you have an update on how talks have gone this weekend, sir? I have. Can you share that with us? No. [Laughs] Okay. What's your level of optimism about them? That's sharing it, isn't it? Well, it's giving us a clue. Look -- Do you think you'll be able to leave for the G7? That's my plan as it stands now. Mr. President, are you open to tougher work requirements for certain government aid programs like Republicans are proposing as part of these discussions? I voted for tougher aid programs that's in the law now, but for Medicaid it's a different story. And so I'm waiting to hear what their exact proposal is. Do you have any comment on the Turkish elections? It's looks like there might be a dispute for President Erdoğan's results. Oh, is that right? I didn't get any [Inaudible]. The opposition party are claiming they are leading. And the state media are saying Erdoğan is leading. It sounds familiar, doesn't it? No, look, I just hope it goes -- whoever wins, wins. I mean, there's enough problems in that part of the world right now without that happening. How are you -- I'm going to try you again on debt ceiling. How do you feel about the Republicans in terms of -- Look, I -- -- their position and where they're going? Well, I've learned a long time ago, and you know as well as I do: It never is good to characterize a negotiation in the middle of a negotiation. I remain optimistic because I'm a congenital optimist. But I really think there's a desire on their part, as well as ours, to reach an agreement, and I think we'll be able to do it. Okay? How do you think things are going at the border, sir -- Much better than -- -- with Title 42 lifted? Much better than you all expected. [Laughs] Do you have any plans -- No, I think -- -- to visit the border? Pardon me? Do you have any plans to visit the border? Not in the near term, no. No, it would just be disruptive, not anything else. And, by the way, on -- when I went up to Beau's bench, you know, at the other -- about four miles up -- I met two -- two people come up to me -- there were a bunch of people. That's why I was little late. I was taking a lot of pictures. But came up and said, "We went to St. Paul's in Scranton." They went -- [Laughs] -- to the same little grade school that I went to. And so I was up there with -- there's Scranton people everywhere. Mr. President -- It's just [Inaudible] better. Yeah. Yeah. [Laughs] Secretary Mayorkas said this morning that the numbers at the border have gone down since Title 42 was lifted. Are you confident that the numbers have peaked, that they'll continue to go down? Well, look, they are -- they have gone down. My hope is they'll continue to go down, but we have more -- a lot more work to do. And we need some more help from the Congress as well in terms of funding and legislative changes. Anyway, thank you all. Are you looking forward to your trip on Wednesday? I am. I hope it's -- hopefully we'll make it. Was it a nice Mother's Day? It was. What did you do for the First Lady? Well, I -- since she's not my mom, I got her her favorite thing: an orchid on -- for -- a wrist corsage. And my daughter came down. She's with us now, and she brought some things for her mom. And I'm heading up tomorrow morning to see my number three grandchild graduate from Penn. Did -- is she watching the game right now -- the First Lady? The basketball. The Sixers. I don't think so. They're losing, as a warning. [Laughter] I'm get -- I'm getting the hell out of here then. Yeah, I'm sorry to say. Thank you, guys.