Well, thank you very much. We had some good news. The market hit a all-time high today. The S&P just broke its record, so we're very happy about that. The stock market continues to do well. Jobs have been literally through the roof. And, speaking of jobs, we have the USMCA with Canada, with Mexico. And we've come a long way. It's a great agreement. As you know, Mexico, yesterday, approved it -- Yep. -- through the very positive vote. And you're doing very well, I understand, also. We are. But it's an honor to have the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau. He's been a friend of mine. We've worked hard together. We worked, in particular, on the USMCA. And we hope to have bipartisan support. I think, Justin, you're going to be making the rounds at Congress later on? Meeting a few people. That's a terrific thing. But it's great to have you. So, we're going to be talking about that. And, generally, we'll be talking trade and other things. And we're then going to have lunch and some meetings. And it's an interesting day, but it will be, like, a positive day, I think, like usual. That's the way we want to have it. We want to have very positive days. We only have positive days. So I want to thank you very much, Justin, for coming to the White House. Thank you, Donald. Thank you. Please. Thank you, Donald, for this meeting. It's an opportunity for us, as you say, to keep talking about how we've worked hard to build a great trade deal that's good for Canadian workers, good for American workers, good for Mexican workers as well. We're moving forward on the ratification process aligned with you. Obviously, today, as well, on top of the great news on the Canadian and American economies, we're continuing to work on a broad range of global issues. Obviously, there's news today we're going to be talking about as well. But this is just a really great opportunity for us to continue to work and to develop and to build on the closest alliance in the world, between Canada and the United States. Well, this will be the largest trade deal ever made, and it won't even be close. If you take a look at the numbers, second is so far away, you don't even call it second. So it's very exciting. And very exciting for Mexico; very exciting for Canada. And I have to also thank the President of Mexico because he's really been doing a job on the border and a job in Mexico. A lot of very positive things have happened. And the flow has very substantially slowed down. They have 6,000 Mexican troops on their southern border. And it's been -- it's really been a tremendous difference. So I want to thank Mexico and the people of Mexico. Now, this has only been for a short period of time. Our country has been asking for this for 45 years, approximately. And they're doing it now. And we very much appreciate that Mexico is doing that. It's going to have a big impact. It's already had a big impact. So, with that, I thank you very much. And we're going to get on with our discussions. Thank you. This is the new -- [A model plane is presented on the table] Mr. President, how will you respond? On Iran, sir -- I was going to say this is the new Air Force One, which we ordered, which they've been trying to order for a lot of years. We were able to shave $1.5 billion off the price. When I got here, they were going to spend a lot more money than we spent. And I would say the plane basically is an upgrade over that model. We actually are getting things that they didn't get. We're saving about $1.5 billion. So it's going to be terrific. It's under construction, right now, by Boeing. Go ahead. Question? Mr. President, how will you respond to Iran? Iran made a big mistake. This drone was in international waters, clearly. We have it all documented. It's documented scientifically, not just words. And they made a very bad mistake. Okay? How will you respond, Mr. President? How will you respond? You'll find out. Does that mean you're planning to do something? You'll find out. You'll find out. I mean, obviously -- obviously -- obviously, you know, we're not going to be talking too much about it. You're going to find out. They made a very big mistake. Mr. President, what are your concerns about China and the Canadians who are detained, sir? No concerns. We'll be discussing that. It'll be one of the issues that I think we'll be discussing right now with Justin. Mr. President, the Fed made no change to the interest rate. Say it? The Fed made no change to the interest rate yesterday. Well, I guess they indicated they're going to be lower. He should've done sooner, but what are you going do? Can't win them all. He should've have done it sooner, but you can't win it all. And, eventually, he'll do what's right, perhaps. Let's see what he does. Do you intend to bring [Inaudible]? Obviously, we're very concerned about the escalation by Iran recently. We have significant presence in the area, including leading on the NATO mission in Baghdad, in Iraq. We look forward to discussing with our closest ally -- their perspectives on this -- and how we can move forward as an international community. Will you help Justin Trudeau get a meeting with Xi Jinping at the G20 next week to talk about the detained Canadians? Well, I don't know that he's trying to meet. Are you trying to get a meeting? We've got a lot of things to discuss. He wants one, but Xi won't meet with him. Well, otherwise, I'll represent him well, I will tell you. We have a meeting set up with President Xi, and it's obviously on the big transaction that we're talking about and negotiating. Our people are actually speaking now, and we'll see what happens with that. But anything I can do to help Canada, I will be doing. Are you planning to bring it up with President Xi when you meet with him? Excuse me? Are you planning to bring it up with President Xi when you meet with him? I would. At Justin's request, I will absolutely bring that up. When the USMCA is ratified, sir, will that be the end of tariffs? Don't say "when." When it is ratified. "If" it is ratified. Don't say "when," because, so far, I have to get the Democrats to approve it. So, I like your positive thinking. But if -- and the "if" is really subject to the Democrats. Let's see what happens. But I really believe that Nancy Pelosi and the House will approve it. I think the Senate will approve it rapidly. It's going to be very bipartisan. It's great for the farmers, manufacturers. It's really great for everybody. And unions. It's great for unions. I mean, we have tremendous union support too. It's a tremendous -- it really is; it shows a partnership between three countries. And it's sort of three countries -- in a trade sense, we're competing with the European Union. We're competing with China. It gives us a bigger dialogue. It gives us a much bigger platform. It's really good for all three. It's something that's very popular. I hope, politically, they can do what they have to do. Now, a day after the election, it would win with tremendous support. But we have an election coming up. But I think Nancy Pelosi is going to do the right thing. And will that be the end of tariffs on Canada and Mexico? Well, we'll see. I mean, you know, they have to do what they have to do. We understand that. We can't have big, tremendous shipments of certain products. So we understand that very well. We were very pleased with the lifting of the tariffs on steel and aluminum. They've been lifted, as you know, and there won't be, hopefully, transshipping. If there's transshipping, I'll call Justin and I'm sure he'll take care of it. And if he doesn't take -- I'll probably call him a second time. And if he doesn't, then we'll have to talk, right? We're going to be fine. But I think that that situation is very well taken care of. Very important for both countries and for all three countries: the farmers. Very, very important. More so in that case, from us and Canada. But the farmers are really happy with it. The manufacturers are very happy. Mexico is thrilled. You saw the vote. It was a very lopsided -- in a positive way -- vote. A great vote. And I think it's going to be something very special. Again, it's the largest trade deal, by far, ever entered into. And we're very close to having it finalized. This means a lot of jobs for our country; a lot of wealth for all three countries. And we're really competing against the world. You know, we're not competing with each other so much. This brings us into a position where we're not competing with each other; we're competing against the world. And that's what we're doing. We're competing against big sections of the world, including Asia and including other areas. And I think it's going to be very special. I think it's going to end up being a very important deal, but the biggest ever made. Will you invite the Toronto Raptors to the White House, sir? Say it? Will you invite the Toronto Raptors to the White House? I'm from the Toronto Star. I have to ask. Well, we thought about that. That's an interesting question. They played phenomenal basketball. I watched a little bit of it. They were really terrific. Congratulations, by the way. That was a great job by a great team. So we'll think about that. If they'd like to do it, we'll think about that. We have a lot of other folks coming. And the presidential medal -- I just spoke to him -- we're going to be presenting the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Roger Penske. Roger Penske is a great gentleman who has won 18 Indianapolis 500s. He's won -- just won Daytona. He won Daytona. He won Indianapolis. He won probably more than anybody in the history of racing. I can't imagine anybody even being close. But Roger Penske is going to be getting the Medal of Freedom, and he's very thrilled to be getting it. And that'll be announced over the next little while, but, I guess, actually, I'm announcing it pretty much now. But they'll be -- [Laughter] -- they'll be putting something out. They'll be putting something out in a little while. He's very deserving. He's a great gentleman. I've known him a long time. And a very brilliant guy. When you think of all the countries that want to win Indianapolis and Daytona, and they fight and they spend -- even Canada; they spend a lot of money and they -- And, you know, when a man wins Indianapolis, when he wins it 18 times -- and he just won the Daytona. And he won many things over the course of years, and he's become a very successful man. We talked about electric cars today. I think nobody knows more about that subject, in terms of common sense, than Roger Penske. So Roger Penske will be getting and receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Mr. President, you said Iran is a "different country." Do you still hold that opinion? Oh, absolutely. When I came here, Iran was in 14 to 18 different sites of confliction. They were extremely hostile. They were hostile when they signed the deal. They were screaming, "Death to America." And I think, probably, Iran made a mistake. I would imagine it was a general or somebody that made a mistake in shooting that drone down. And, fortunately, that drone was unarmed. It was not -- there was no man in it, and there was no -- it was just -- it was over international waters; clearly over international waters. But we didn't have a man or woman in the drone. We had nobody in the drone. It would have made a big difference, let me tell you. It would have made a big, big difference. But I have a feeling -- I may be wrong and I may right, but I'm right a lot. I have a feeling that it was a mistake made by somebody that shouldn't have been doing what they did. I think they made a mistake. And I'm not just talking the country made a mistake. I think that somebody under the command of that country made a big mistake. Are you still open to talking to Iran's leadership? Let's just see what happens. You just -- let's see what happens. It's all going to work out. [Inaudible] to strike the drone? Say it? Are you saying you think it wasn't intentional to strike the drone? I don't know. I find it hard to believe it was intentional, if you want to know the truth. I think that it could have been somebody who was loose and stupid that did it. But we'll be able to report back, and you'll understand exactly what happened. But it was a very foolish move, that I can tell you. Do you feel like there are members of your administration who are trying to push you into conflict with Iran? No, not at all. Not at all. In fact, in many cases, it's the opposite. But I will say -- look, I said I want to get out of these endless wars. I campaigned on that: I want to get out. We've been in Afghanistan for 19 years. As you know, we've reduced very substantially in Afghanistan. We beat the caliphate. We took back 100 percent of the caliphate. When it was 99 percent, Justin, I said, "We're going to get out. We're going to start peeling back." And everybody went crazy because it was 99. So I said, "All right. So we'll finish it up." So we got 100 percent, and we're pulling that back, out of Syria. We're pulling a lot of people back. But this is something -- this is a new wrinkle. This is a new fly in the ointment, what happened shooting down the drone. And this country will not stand for it, that I can tell you. Thank you very much. [Inaudible] I can't hear you. [Inaudible] Hicks testifying yesterday? No, she was terrific. I heard she was terrific. Really great. She's a great -- she's a great person, and I heard she was terrific yesterday. Thank you very much.