Hello Mr. President. Nice to see you. Likewise. How are you? I'm doing well, thank you. Very good. Mr. President, you're not on the ballot, but you're the leader of the Republican party. How personal is this race for you? It's really not personal at all. We've done a great job. We have the best economy the country has ever had. People are running individual races. I'll take all the blame, and I'll take all the credit if they want. But it's really not about me. It's about -- we have great people, great Republicans, running. It feels very much like '16. The Election Day, and just previous to Election Day of '16, there was a spirit that nobody has ever seen in politics. And, it really feels very much like that. I -- I just think we're going to do very well. I think Republicans are going to do very well. We'll see. Your administration has accomplished a lot of your promises already. But if Democrats win big, that could all change. Have you thought about how you'll handle it? Well, we'll just have to fight it out, and we'll see, and maybe they'll come their senses. And, you know, one of the reasons I think they're not doing very well is the fact that they've become very angry. We say they've become mob-like, but the truth is, that's really what's happening. In our own Gray Television polls, voters in several states told use health care is a top concern. Why should voters trust Republicans to handle this issue, because Democrats say you're going to take away health care. Well, it's just the opposite. We're the ones that are really going to protect it. And if you remember, we -- we got rid of the individual mandate, which was the most unpopular part of Obamacare. We have premiums down to a very low level. The lowest level they've been in a long time... And I agree, the Democrats seem to have the edge, PR-wise -- public relations-wise -- but we've actually done a much better job with health care than they have, and we're the ones that are fixing it. There's a lot dividing Americans right now. No matter what happens on Election Day, our nation will look to you, the President, to bring people together. How do you plan to get it done? Well, I think success is bringing us together. I think it's much more together than people would understand. We have an election coming up, and after the election, you'll see a difference in tone, I believe. You certainly will from our standpoint. We have the greatest economy -- literally on Friday -- the greatest economy in the history of our country. It's being run by the Republicans and myself. Nobody's done what we've done in less than two years. Well, Mr. President, we certainly appreciate your time. Thanks so much. Thank you very much. I appreciate it. Thank you.