For many years, countries have been taking total advantage of the United States on trade. Whether they are allies or not, they looked at us really as a bunch of very soft touches. And that's not what's happening anymore. We've made a deal with Mexico, which is a fair deal, not the deal that we lived with where we were losing hundreds of billions of dollars a year. We're working on other trade deals. But the big one is China, because for a long period of time, China has taken advantage of our country. And I don't blame China. I blame the people that represented our nation to allow that to happen, where $375 billion in trade deficits came about year after year. We don't want that. Not fair. Not right. So we've placed massive tariffs on China, and the tariffs have really had a positive impact. Number one: our countries take it in a lot of money. Number two: we're creating jobs like never before. So it's very important that China open its markets to our farmers and everybody else, because right now they're closed, largely. And yet our markets are open to them. But let me give you an example that you've heard. China produces a car and they sell it into the United States, and they have a very small 2.5% tax, which, to a large extent they don't even pay. On the other hand we make a car and sell it into China and they charge 25 percent. So it's 25 percent versus 2.5%, and that's the way the deal is: no good, and no good for us. So we're changing things, and we're changing them fast.