Mr. President, when do you expect the bill to hit your desk, sir? Do you have any -- do you have any reaction to the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict? I just heard a moment ago. Do you have any reaction? I -- I didn't watch the trial, so I -- you know -- Do you stand by your past comment equating him to white supremacy? Well, look, I stand by what the jury has concluded. The jury system works, and we have to abide by it. Sir, what is the state of your health, sir? What is the state of your health after this exam today? Good. They're going to release all the detail. I feel great. Nothing has changed. We're in great shape. And so, you know, I'm looking forward to celebrating my 58th birthday. [Laughter.] Sir, on the Build Back Better plan, sir -- when can you expect it to hit your desk, sir, now that it's passed the House? Pardon me? The Build Back Better plan -- now that it's passed the House, when do you expect it to land on your desk? Well, I don't -- What's the goal? I don't know. It's going to take a while to get through the Senate. I think it will probably be after Thanksgiving. Will you sign it if it doesn't contain paid family leave? I will sign it. Period. Will you be pardoning any people in addition to turkeys? Are you -- you need a pardon? No, [Inaudible] humans -- [Inaudible]. No, no -- [Laughs] -- the turkeys. Thank you.