There's no one in this rally that hasn't been affected by the drug epidemic. Here in Kentucky, we started in more of a holistic approach, and I noticed you're doing that on a federal level too -- That's true. -- by -- by adding all the cabinets in. Talk a little bit about that and the importance of that. We are, and we just got $6 billion approved. That's a lot of money, and we're going to do another six billion for next season toward the opioid problem, and the drug problem. We're building a wall. It started already, and we're going to stop a lot of the drugs from coming in. Not only that, human trafficking, so much is coming, it's ridiculous, and we're very much into fixing -- I mean, I'd like to say totally eliminating, but sometimes that's awfully difficult to say -- but fixing the drug problem -- you know it's down about 15 percent, and the opioid distribution is down more than 15 percent. So we're working very hard. We have a lot of money coming at it, and we have to. We can't play around with it. No, because a lot of people in Kentucky feel like we've lost a generation. Even more, industry won't come here, because no one can pass the drug test. It's that bad down in southern Kentucky specifically. I know. Kentucky has a big problem. There are a few states that really have a problem. But, I will say with all of that, Kentucky's job numbers are the best they've ever had. But, we have to try and help these people. They have a real problem. We have to try and help them, and we're sending a lot of money this way -- you have a great governor -- and we're sending a lot of money this way, and it's going to be spent wisely. This is -- speaking of the governor. You guys are buddies. How did that start? Just on a personal level? You know what? He was a businessman, very successful. I was a businessman, very successful, and somehow I got to know him. I liked him. You have your best numbers that you've ever had in the state, between the two of us, and he's really a terrific guy. He loves the state. He'll do what's not politically popular in order to make the state good for a long time. He's a terrific guy, and we're very proud of him. Matt Bevin, he's doing a fantastic job. And why important for you to come down and support Andy Barr today? Well, Andy has been a warrior for us. He helped with tax cuts. He helps with regulations, all of the regulations that we've cut. He helps with everything -- right-to-try. You know what right-to-try is? That's an incredible thing, that when people are very sick, terminally ill, they're allowed to use medicines that are in the pipeline, but not approved. This didn't happen for 44 years. They've been trying to get it. And Andy has been an incredible warrior. And, I just felt I wanted to make sure Andy's fine, because, you know, it's a tight race. His opponent is never going to vote for -- she's never going to help with the MAGA, which is make America great again. And Andy Barr is there every single time. So, I said, I will come down to Kentucky -- First, of all, I love Kentucky. You know, I had very good luck in this state. We won to so much, it was ridiculous right? 15 percent just in this district, right? Yeah, I think it's 15 percent, or more. But, Andy is spectacular and I'm here to support Andy Barr. What is it like to see the people lined up on the streets like a parade? It's pretty incredible outside, right? But, it's -- and it's like, that in all fairness, it was like that in Missouri, in West Virginia, and every place we've been. We've been to, I guess, 13, 14 places, and it's been like that almost from the beginning when I announced. It's been this tremendous spirit, and we're fulfilling what we said. You know, we very much want to do great for the country. I didn't need this, but I love doing it. I love doing it. Today, we brought home Pastor Brunson, as you know, from Turkey. He was going to be there for 35 years. We got him out, and we got him out. We would not pay ransoms or anything else, because that creates a terrible precedent. And he came out, he's an incredible man. We saw him in the White House. I was just -- I just left the White House a little while ago, with his beautiful family, and he's happy. But he would have been in there for 35 years, and a great Christian pastor, great person, and what happened to him was very unfor -- but we got them out. So it's a big celebration day. A pleasure. Thank you so much. Thank you very much.