Mr. President, what -- do you hold Iran responsible for the death of the three Americans? Have you made a decision how you'll respond to the attacks? Yes. And -- Mr. President, do you hold Iran responsible for the death of those three Americans? I do hold respon -- them responsible in the sense that they're supplying the weapons to the people who did it. But directly responsible? Well, we'll have that discussion. [Inaudible] have not deterred these attacks in the past. What will be different this time? We'll see. Mr. President, [Inaudible] are you worried about a regional war in the Mi -- a wider war in the Middle East? How worried are you? I don't think we need a wider war in the Middle East. That's not what I'm looking for. Should Donald Trump be allowed on the ballot? Should Donald Trump be allowed on the ballot? As far as I'm concerned, that's fine. Why is he leading in the polls if he is a threat to democracy, as you say? Because guys like you. [Laughs] What am I doing? Come on. Mr. President -- I'm teasing, man. I'm teasing. It's early. [Crosstalk] Mr. President, on the border. Have you done everything you can do with executive authority? Or is there more you could do absent [Inaudible]? I've done all I can do. Just give me the power. I've asked from the very day I got into office. Give me the Border Patrol. Give me the people -- give me the people, the judges. Give me the people who can stop this and make it work right. [Crosstalk] Are you worried about the possible escalation in the military involvement in the Middle East? What do you say to those in your party? [Inaudible] We'll see.