[No Audio or Video for first part of presser] I thought we had a -- a good trip to New Jersey and New York. Those people need help. I'm confident we can get it to them and I'm confident we can help change their circumstance. But -- so, I thought it was a good trip. I got a chance to talk to a lot of people. I hope you got a chance to talk to some of them as well. But it -- I think it went well. Mr. President, on COVID, you're going to speak this week about the next steps to combat the pandemic. What will you suggest? What will you lay out? And is it possible -- I'll tell you tomorrow. Is it possible to defeat the pandemic, or just control it at this point? I'll talk about it tomorrow -- Are you worried, Mr. -- -- on Thursday. [Video and Audio begin in progress] Mr. President, are you worried that the Taliban will get funding from China? Well, China has a real problem with the Taliban, so they're going to try to work out some arrangement with the Taliban, I'm sure -- as does Pakistan, as does Russia, as does Iran. They're all trying to figure out, what do they do now. So it will be interesting to see what happens. Mr. President, have you talked to Senator Manchin? And what do you think this -- how deep is his resistance, do you think, to the reconciliation bill? Joe -- Joe, at the end, has always been there. He's always been with me. I think we can work something out. And I look forward to speaking with him. Are you comfortable with the timing of the bill? Do you think -- seeing what you've seen in New Jersey, today, and New York, should the first bill be passed now to get that [inaudible]? I -- I'm comfortable with proceeding the way we're proceeding so far. Thank you.