Now honored to have back Mr. Trump, Donald J Trump. So yesterday, Mr. Trump, when we left you, it hadn't quite gotten to be an international incident, but it became an international incident, and I realize you said last night you're not looking to get into a fight with the pope. You know, you're bigger than that and there's other things you've got to focus on. But one thing I did want to bring up, that it was, I think, part of what you were trying to say initially to the pope -- The New York Times had an editorial yesterday, you know, right after his, his homily, and it was obviously written beforehand, thinking he was going to try to take you on during the homily, but in The New York Times editorial, signed by the editors, The New York Times, they literally call you out by name for this kind of horrific immigration policy and being heartless and all that, and what they didn't disclose, we thought was not appropriate, is that The New York Times has gone through some horrific financial -- you know, they bought the Boston Globe for $1 billion and sold it for $60 million of just, the basic, guy picked up the pension liabilities. They've had horrific acquisitions. They've had a terrible transition to the digital side, the digital side's terrific, but they've had an awful financial situation. Carlos Slim came in, and I believe he now owns up to 15 percent. It's an open secret in the newsroom. Carlos Slim is the guy who's going to bail out the Times. We had our correspondent from Rome, Dr. Tom Williams, and he said, 'Hey it's a known thing with The New York Times that Carlos Slim was looking for a platform to influence American policies.' Do you believe that the situation with the seven families that really control Mexico and have made a lot of money off the situation and now you have The New York Times going out and really becoming a part of this. Is that fair to the American people? Should that all be exposed and how does that set with you? Well certainly people should know about it and it's certainly an influence there and there's no question about it. The New York Times is not exactly positive to Donald Trump. I can tell you that, and I'm very strong on illegal immigration and the border. We either have a border or we don't. If we don't have a border, we don't have a country. There's people pouring through like it's Swiss cheese. Drugs are pouring across. And you know, The Times never talks about the drugs, they never talk about the crime, they never talk about any of that, and they may be doing the work of somebody else. We really don't know that. But certainly, a very rich Mexican gentleman owns a big chunk of the paper, has a lot of power over the paper. We reported today from London that David Cameron, he thought it was going to get these concessions by the EU before the vote in June for the exit, you know Brit exit, this whole issue, which people saying one of the most important elections, if not the most important election in England since World War II, about England getting its sovereignty back, and the EU Commission's sitting there going, 'No, we're not going to give you any. We're not gonna ease up on anything on immigration, etc.' That is a referendum on their sovereignty. Like the election in 2016 is a referendum on our sovereignty. How do you think when this thing played out with you and the pope of the last couple of days. How central is American sovereignty to that issue, which is really, your immigration policy is emblematic of? Well my immigration policy is necessary if we're going to have a country. And, you know, when you look at Europe, I have friends that live in Germany. They are leaving. They were so proud. Three years ago they were telling me about Germany and they were so proud of Germany. And, you know, everybody right now, they are leaving. I mean I have friends that are leaving Germany because of what's happened. And you know what? What Merkel has done is incredible. It's actually mind-boggling. Everyone thought she was really a great leader and now she's turned out to be this catastrophic leader, and she'll be out, if they don't have a revolution. But you look at what's going on with Brussels and Sweden, all of these countries, it's total disaster, and the world is a different place. I mean, I don't know what people are thinking, but the world is a different place. As far as the migration is concerned and the Syrian people, to take them in, they are totally unvetted. Nobody knows where they come from, there's zero documentation. You look at the lines where you have so many young strong men, very few women and children by comparison. And you say, 'What's going on here? Why aren't they back fighting for their country?' Etc. And so we have a real problem, Steve. I mean, the world is, the world is going crazy. Do you believe we got more, we got terrible news out of China today, with the real unemployment numbers are coming out, China looks like it's on the precipice of a financial implosion. You've said this for a long time, the numbers coming out that you can't believe, they're totally over-leveraged. You've got Kyle Bass, one of the smartest hedge-fund guys world, he's got a massive short on China. He's out there every day saying, ‘This thing's about to implode.’ If you see commodity prices continue to collapse do you believe, particularly in Central America with oil and the rest of the commodities in Central, Latin America, do you believe we can get into a situation where the United States, given how badly we handled the surge in 2014 of these young children coming across and we accepted them all, do you believe the United States, this summer in the height of a presidential campaign, do you believe, with President Obama quasi checked out, believe we could actually have a migrant crisis similar to what they've got in Europe today? Well I think it could. I mean already [Audio gap] we're taking in. You know, depending on what you're talking about, [Audio gap] talk about the Syrians, if you talk about the, or wherever they come from, you know, we always say Syria. Nobody knows if they're Syrian. Nobody has any documentation. There's not a piece of paper on anybody. So but we could certainly have a tremendous problem with that and Obama wants to take them in by the tens of thousands. In the debate, the Democratic debate, they had a, you know, they were talking about, which should be really [Audio gap] debate, to be honest with you. The networks all say the Democratic debate which it's not. But when Democrats had that debate they were talking about 65,000 people coming in. I will tell you, it's, you saw the problem that we had with two people that were radicalized. Yes. The man and the wife, whatever you call them. But but it was, you know, they killed 14 people and many people wounded very, very gravely wounded, sitting in a hospital lying in a hospital, right now. It's unbelievable. So we have so many problems with with borders and illegal immigration. We have so much with debt. We owe, you know, when you have 19 trillion. Most people don't even know what a trillion dollars means. Nineteen trillion dollars. Really, it's 21 because of the bad budget. The bad budget deal that was just made, approved by the Republicans in about what, 15 seconds? That deal is the most incredible deal. That deal must, knowing you, that deal must drive you more crazy -- Do they know anything about leverage? I mean, you got the leverage, you gotta use the leverage, right? I always say Obama's a lousy negotiator except when it comes to negotiating with the Republicans. Did you ever see anything like it? The worst. He just makes deal after deal at the Repub -- and that's why I'm even concerned about the judgeship. You know, you look at the Supreme Court judge. You know, at first you heard the Senate was 'Absolutely we will not do it.' Yesterday I started hearing, 'Well there could be a way,' and you know the Republicans are already weakening. Have you been noticing that? Absolutely. Do you smell a crater coming up ? Do you think that you smell a towel? I don't know. I've watched it so many times now, where the Republicans are going to be so strong and then all of a sudden they're absolutely weak. Until they're not -- they're gonna be strong until they're not. Oh, it's, I've never seen anything like it. But all of a sudden yesterday, you know, they have all of the leverage on their side and yesterday they're saying, 'Well, something could happen.' I said, 'Here we go again.' It's unbelievable. I know you would love to negotiate across the table from them. Mr. Trump, we gotta go. I really appreciate you taking the time on the back, particularly everything that went on with the pope yesterday. Thank you so much. The audience really love -- Thank you very much, Steve. Take care of yourself. Thanks, bye.