President Trump encouraged as number of coronavirus cases decreasing
President Trump has the latest details from the White House on the government's response to the coronavirus outbreak.
last week, the storm hit Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, and I've issued emergency declarations to support a response in both those areas. So that's Puerto Rico in the Virgin Islands this week. The storm passed just east of Florida. Get a little bit lucky. Didn't hit Florida to hard working with the governor, working with everybody, but it did not hit directly, as a lot of people thought at night. It's currently off. The coast of South Carolina, heading northward to North Carolina is expected to make landfall sometime this evening as a Category one hurricane. Very serious, a lot of water, a lot of water coming from that store. I've already issued emergency declarations for Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina and FEMA's personnel, and they are great. They're doing a job. They're already on the ground in all areas. Every single area that we mentioned discovered over the next several days. There is expected to be heavy wind and rain in the coastal areas of North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey. We're working with each of those states, and in particular as it relates to FEMA, the military law enforcement, all of the different groups that are involved storm surge and inland flooding or possible, and everyone needs to remain vigilant until it passes. I encourage everyone to follow the guidelines of the state and local authorities were working with them, and I think the guidelines have been very accurate so far. So stay safe. Next, let me provide an update on the path forward for our country. As we continue our war to defeat the China virus, we're beginning to see evidence of significant progress. Nationwide, the number of positive cases has declined by nearly 6% from the week before, and the positive test rate has also dropped from 8.7 to 8% over that same period of time and encouraging sign very encouraging. I have to add that the virus is receding in hot spots across the South and West. We've seen slow improvements from their recent weekly peaks. Arizona's weekly case counts have dropped 37%. That's a tremendous drop in the governor of the state. Have done a fantastic job down 37% Texas, down 18.7%. I was there a couple of days ago, and Florida 21.2% drop, so that's a tremendous job that they're all doing as we begin to contain the virus in these states, we must focus on new flare ups in the states with the case. Numbers have risen, including Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Missouri and I think you'll find that they're soon going to be very much under control. Meanwhile, 18 states continue to have very low case numbers and low test positivity rates under 5%. Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming. It's under five. Even in these states, however, where the viruses under control and at a very low number, Americans should continue to be vigilant. Be careful in order to prevent the new hot spots from opening up or any new hot spots from opening up in those states. To that end, I urge all Americans to continue to socially distance. Wash your hands, wear a mask when you cannot avoid crowded places and to protect the elderly very, very important. Protect the elderly. It's much different. Young Children have very strong immune systems. We've learned how strong they are but protect the elderly. The average age of those who succumb to the virus is 78 years old. That's the average age. It's important for all Americans to recognize that a permanent lock down is not a viable path toward, uh, producing the result that you want or certainly not a viable path forward and would ultimately inflict more harm than it would prevent, as we're seeing in foreign countries around the world, where cases are once again surging of many places where we thought they were under control and doing a great job and they are doing a great job. But this is a very tough, invisible enemy. Lockdowns do not prevent infection in the future. They just don't it comes back many times, comes back. The purpose of a lock down is to buy time to build capacity, especially as it respects to, with respect to hospitals, learn more about the disease and develop effective treatments, as we did in the United States. We're doing very well with the vaccines and the therapeutics countries where there have been very significant flare ups over the last short period of time, or Spain, Germany, France, Australia, Japan and also as you probably heard in Hong Kong. They have had some very serious flare ups. Japan is gone. Yeah, a lot. A lot of six fold, six fold flare up. It's a lot, but they'll get it under control. In our current phase, we must focus on protecting those at highest risk while allowing younger and healthier Americans to resume work and school with careful precautions. Ideally, we want to open those schools we want open them. At the same time, we're placing an emphasis on continuing to drive down the mortality rate with improved care treatment and medical interventions building a bridge to the introduction of the vaccine, The vaccines air coming along incredibly well today, I'd like to also provide an update on the actions of my administration and the work that we've done. We're taking, uh, really taking an increased interest, and we're seeing numbers that nobody can even believe in terms of percentage increase. It's telehealth for American patients, the the percentage increases being worked on right now, but it's very, very significant numbers that you would not even think possible. This has been a priority from the beginning of my administration, where we launched an initiative to allow veterans to connect remotely with their VA health care team, and it worked out really well. We have a 91% approval rating in the terms of the job we're doing is the first, its highest ever recorded. Now telehealth is a critical part of our path forward in the VA, and it's becoming a critical path, especially with our senior citizens. You have to go to the doctor's office. You don't have to go to hospitals. When the invisible enemy struck our shores, I took immediate action to eliminate regulatory barriers to telehealth, making it easier for patients to consult with doctors from safety and convenience. And really, they have great safety and great convenience right from their homes. Today, I'm taking action to ensure telehealth is here to stay. Moments ago in the Oval Office, I signed an executive order to make many of our regulatory reforms permanent. We've done some regulatory reforms that have had a tremendous impact on on what we're doing on medicine and medical and what we're doing. It can do things that you wouldn't believe that even a year ago, two years ago would not have been doable. We're enshrining the right of American patients to meet with their medical providers in a way that is best for them and very, very convenient and very talented people on the other side of the line. I have to tell you, the order builds upon a series of actions we've all taken to make telehealth available to all. We ensured that Medicare covers telehealth visits at no additional cost. That's no additional cause, and co payments can be waived for telehealth services. We are working very hard also on prescription drug prices, and I will tell you that the, um favored Nations clause that I've signed into existence nobody thought anybody would ever do that has a massive impact on prescription drug prices. In addition to the three other elements of reduction of of drugs particular prescription drugs. But the the favorite nations lows this massive. For instance, if Germany buys a pill for 10 cents a pill as an example just as an example, and the United States pays $2 for the same pill, we get the same privilege the same right as they do. Never had that before. We paid all of the expenses, all of the research and development so the, uh the numbers are astronomical. And as you probably noticed, big adds air taken against me by Big Pharma. Very big ads, very massive by. But in the meantime, they're calling. They want to know if they can make a deal. And I say to people, the only reason these ads are being taken is because prices are coming down for you. And they understand that, I think are people understand that. But in particular, when you look at the matching, you could go let matching that, you could call it favorite nations. Call it whatever you like. It's a tremendous gonna have a tremendous and I'm talking about 50 60% 70%. That doesn't mean it goes to set 10 cents as an example, but there's comes up in ours, goes down and you have many, many countries where their numbers, the numbers air so low. I mean so low. By that I mean much lower than the United States. Another thing I'm doing is if a certain country like Canada, Canada buys for very much less than the United States has brought how they allow this to happen. Representatives of our country standing at these podiums or in the Oval Office. How they allow this to happen is just to me. Incredible. We've been working on this for a long time. I've been talking about it with Caylee for a long time, right? So now Ah, Governor, like Rhonda Santos of Florida's doing a great job. A great governor of Ohio are a great governor of any state, can call up and by the drugs directly from Canada, at sometimes 50% less. So we'll be buying from Canada now what the drug companies they're going to do, maybe they'll raise it may be their lower. Well, maybe they'll just give up and sell them to us directly, much cheaper. So a lot of things that happening also the rebate. We have people that are very wealthy that nobody ever heard of him. Nobody knows who they are. I guess in some cases they could be pharmacies. In some cases, they're individuals were doing a rebate, and the rebate goes to the people that lowers the price of drugs. So we have ah, serious of four things that we signed and you will see over a period of fairly short period. Drug prices are going to be tumbling down at numbers that nobody would have ever believed possible. We have in 51 years. The only time prices came down was during this administration. It was last year. 51 years. It went up, but that was just a small declined. This is a massive decline. This is a decline that nobody can believe. I was called by senators. I was called by Congressman, Please don't do this. But, uh, big pharma doesn't mean anything to me other than we want him to do a great job. We wanted to get their vaccines. We wanted to do what has to be done. So I think you're going to see drug price reductions over the next 45 or six months Probably take a little while to kick in That are going to be at numbers that you wouldn't believe. But in the meantime, they called on Friday afternoon. They want to meet, see if they could do something else. They don't like favorite nations closes. I understand that we vastly expanded coverage, allowing Medicare to cover more than 135 new services through telehealth, by the way, including physical therapy, Emergency department visits ho visits, mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment, which is a very big priority. We brought the substance abuse at least prior to the China plague. Whatever you wanna call it, we brought it down very substantially, pediatric critical care and much more. Thanks to our actions. An estimated $2 billion of additional funding will support Medicare patients receiving telehealth services. So a very, very big priority on telehealth as part of The Cares Act. We secure $200 million to help health care providers and hospitals expand their telehealth, and they're all doing it. They're doing it gladly prior to the epidemic or the pandemic, whatever you want to say and how you want to refer to it. But part prior to the pandemic, the telehealth was fine, but it wasn't anything raging. And I guess one of the only good things that we've gotten out of this whole horrible situation is telehealth has been incredible. And again the increases are, you know, many hundreds of times greater than it was before. Do you have a number? It's like the 2000% or something like that. It's an incredible It's an incredible increase. You'll get the number but it's it's, I think they have it now, finally, and it's really an incredible thank you Kelly. We work with the leaders of major health insurance companies to ensure coverage for the telehealth visits related to Corona virus. We cut red tape to allow many services to be conducted by phone rather than video, which is much simpler, providing a much easier option for many seniors. In particular, 35% of the Medicare beneficiaries who received telehealth services, or over 3.6 million seniors, did so over the phone. So you're talking about 6.3 point six million seniors. That's something 10.1 million Medicare beneficiaries have access care through telehealth since the beginning of the pandemic. So you're talking there. 10.1 million people. In April, over 43% of all Medicare primary care visits were done via telehealth and compared to less than 0.1% in February. Those air part of the numbers that I think I'll have you get them. So this part you don't have to you get the other the other section, thank you. So think of that, compared to less than 0.1% 0.1%. That's an incredible number. So over 43% of all Medicare primary care visits were done via telehealth, compared to she went from 0.1% to 43%. That's an incredible It's an incredible number. The executive order I sign today will also expand health care access in rural America. We take care of rural America. It directs agencies to deploy strategic investments in our rural communications infrastructure. And we're working very hard with all of the people in government that are involved with the communications infrastructure so that the the telehealth gets ah, very quick and easy access. Additionally, revenue for rural providers very significantly for month to month, making it difficult for many to stay in business. Many many are having a very difficult time to help fix this problem. I order will create a voluntary Medicare payments system that will give rural hospitals flexibility, really great flexibility and a more consistent income stream to better serve their patients. For the more I'm directing, the Department of Agriculture, Department of Health and Human Services and the Federal Communications Commission were just with the heads of each one in the Oval Office just before I came up to the podium to form a task force that will break down barriers to expanding rural healthcare. This order continues my administration's focus on rural healthcare. We allocated nearly $165 million through the Cares actor support nearly 1800 small rural hospitals who have done an incredible job as well as $11.5 million to expand technical assistance for rural and underserved areas. We allocated another $10 billion to 2000 rural hospitals and more than 2400 rural health clinics. We wave burdens and licensing, certification and registration requirements, which took tremendous amounts of time. And these were people that had great reputations and great track records for practitioners that serve on the front lines in rural areas, allowing MAWR medical personnel to serve They're wonderful patients. We're also in terms of PPE, ensuring that the state and local areas have the supplies they need. We've been supplying hospitals and cities and states governors helping governors at a number that nobody's ever heard of before. 15,440 nursing homes have received a second shipment of personal protective equipment there very much stocked up there in great shape. They all have the ventilators, all the ventilators they need. They have actually more than they need and their equipment. Medical equipment is in very, very good shape. Their full. My administration has worked with the private sector to deliver over 100 million N 95 respirators, 85 million gloves and nearly 250 million face coverings nationwide. We continue to make the extraordinary progress that we've been talking about together on vaccines and treatments under Operation warp speed, which is very exciting, most exciting. Last week, we distributed 2979 cases of room to severe, which is proving to be extremely powerful and good enough to treat more than 19,000 patients had great results. This includes 500 cases for Florida, 500 for Texas, 300 for California, 200 for Ohio and 150 for Arizona and Georgia. And those numbers will be going up rapidly. As we move along, hospitals are reporting inadequate supply of steroids such as decks of methods own. That air used successfully in late stage illness have been very good, were also very encouraged about the prospects for plasma therapies and that we're working on, and that's a brilliant dart. It's really annoying. And we launched a national plaza. But Dr last week I was at the Red Cross building with the American Red Course and 13 other healthcare organizations. I urge everyone who has recovered from the virus to go to Corona virus dot gov corona virus dot gov and donate plasma. Today we would really appreciate it. This really makes people better, but we need What we need is we need that beautiful ingredient that you that got better seem to have in your in your veins. You have to go to Corona virus dot gov and donate plasma today. Be tremendous. We really appreciate it. If you do it because we're low, we're low. We could help a lot more people, and, uh, it would be a terrific thing. It'll take an hour, maybe a little bit more than an hour. But everybody will be very appreciative. Makes people better. And you know you had something very special. It's something that knocked it out. So we want to be able Teoh use it so whatever you can do Corona virus Dudka as a result of improvements we've made in treatments for Americans. Over the age of 18 the mortality rate has declined 85% from its April peak 85% decline when vaccines. Last week, we announced the 2.1 billion partnership with Sanofi and GSX to purchase and produce 100 million doses of their Corona virus vaccine 100 million doses. This is the six vaccine candidate where you are proactively supporting were supporting numerous companies that are doing very well, having wonderful results, and they're in final stages of testing. There are now two vaccines in the in the final stage of clinical trials in America, with 1/3 vaccine likely to begin phase three almost immediately. And we have additional clinical trial scheduled over the next few weeks. For a couple of the other car companies, he's a great companies. Is the companies that are not only well known there well respected. Most importantly, we're balancing speed and safety, and we're on pace to have a vaccine available this year maybe far in advance of the end of the year and where mass producing the most promising candidates in advance so that we're ready immediately upon approval. We have our military lined up. It's logistics. It's all about logistics. They deliver a lot of things, including soldiers, but now they'll be doing vaccine or general is all ready to go and he's very excited. And once we have the vaccine approved fully approved, he'll start the process. They will start the process and they'll get it out very, very quickly over the country and maybe beyond of it, Work says. We think it probably will by unleashing America's technical and scientific brilliance. We will end this pandemic and we will hopefully ended very quickly. The therapeutics ever exciting to me where you can go into a hospital and whether it's through a shot or a transfusion. You take care of somebody and they get better. That's something to me. It's very important and we're doing really well on therapeutics and really well on vaccines. So thank you all very much for being here. We'll take a couple of questions. I think this president, your response to a question first, do you have any? Have you been briefed on the incident off the coast of California? Were Marie's husband died in a in a training accident. Actually, briefing me in a little while way have it scheduled for little wealthy families. It's terrible and will be in contact with the families. Things like that is terrible. Suddenly, a city prosecutor confirmed a criminal investigation of the Trump organization. You have any reaction I just heard about. This is just a continuation of the witch hunt. It's Democrats stuff. They failed with Mueller. They failed with everything. They failed with Congress. They failed at every stage of the game. This has been going on for 3.5 4 years. Even before I got in, this was starting with, uh, the Mueller deal. Muller started a little bit after, but it started with some of the people that you know very well the names struck and page and all of the different people call me has been going on. This is a continuation of the worst witch hunt in American history, And, uh, there's nothing that I know even about it, you know, they had had seen that today, just a little while ago, and I said, What's this all about? I know nothing about it, but just a continuation of the witch hunt didn't work out for Congress didn't work out for Muller didn't work out for anybody. So what they doing is they send him around to all over the country? I guess. Maybe, but it's a It's a terrible thing that they do. It's really a terrible thing. The witch hunt has gone on long enough. Okay? You sure the American people that politics and considerations around the election will not interfere with science and I plan on playing a role in determining how the vaccine, if there is one will be distributed across the country is that it was possible that get involved. But no, it won't have anything to do with. We want to make people better. We want to send him to the areas most needed. And I think we're gonna have something very soon. It's going good. Jeff. President, you said today in a tweet. The doctor Berks was taking gate from Speaker Pelosi. What did you mean by that? Considering that he was just describing the facts about the case of of pandemic right now, Well, I think we're doing very well, and I think that we have done as well as any nation if you really Look, if you take a look at what's going on, especially now with all these flare ups and nations that they were talking about and don't forget we're much bigger than other than India and China. China is having a massive flare up right down. India has a tremendous problem. Other countries have problems. And I noticed that in the news in the evening news. I never read about that in any of the news. I don't read about the other countries. You're starting to see that other countries are having very big flare ups. Countries that thought they were over it like we thought we might be over in Florida and then all of a sudden it comes back, they do come back. But, uh, I think we're doing very well. I told Dr Brooks I think we're doing very well. She was in my office a little while ago. A person have a lot of respect for I think Nancy Pelosi's treated her very badly very, very badly, very nasty. And, uh, I'm just referring to the fact that I thought that really they should say the job we've done, whether it's on ventilators or testing, we've tested now over 60 million people. No other countries even close to that. We've tested 60 million people with great in many cases about 50% now. Rapid fire beating 5 to 15 to 20 minute tests where you get the result almost immediately. Nobody has anything like that. Nobody. And, uh, I think we're just doing very well. I have just fall off just quickly. You disagreed with her Characterization, Mr President. Thanks. I want to fall upon two things that you said earlier in the counter room. The first was, uh, talk on the sections on front of ours on tic tac. You said that you wanted money for the U. S. Treasury sale. Does that mean you expect the Chinese company to pay U. S Treasury correctly? Are you talking about Microsoft or somebody else who was Chinese? What? What the price is the United States could should get a very large percentage of that price because we're making it possible without us. You know, I used the expression. It's like the landlord and the tenant. And without the lease, the tenant doesn't have the value where we're sort of in a certain way, the least we make it possible to have this great success. Tic Tac's a tremendous success, but a big portion of its in this country. It would come from the sale u whatever the number is, what it would come from this and then, you know, nobody else would be thinking about me. But that's the way I think. And I think it's a I think it's very fair and you may, but we want no security problems with China. It's got to be an American company is gonna be American security. It's gotta be owned here. We don't have any problems with security, etcetera, and something could come out. I will tell you there's a lot of excitement not only by Microsoft, but by other companies and terms of buying it. So we'll see what happens. But we want. And we think we deserve to have a big percentage of that price coming to America coming to the Treasury. Then, on the negotiations on Capitol Hill, you expressed frustration, said you might take executive action to address. So I was wondering if you could talk about both how you might prevent evictions through collective action and then also do that I want and I want to do that. I don't want people to be evicted. And you know, when they're evicted, when they're thrown out of there, whatever the place, maybe, uh, in many cases they go to big shelters. And if you talk about pandemic, this is a pandemic, and they go to shelters. Number one, they're thrown out viciously. It's not their fault. Its China's fault. It's not anybody's fault, its China's fault, but number two. And if they are thrown out, they often times will go to a shelter with tremendous numbers of other people and the the virus will spread. And we don't want that considering suspending payroll, the flexion of peril do that also through an executive order. So we'll be talking about that. But we're having a very good discussion with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. The problem is they wanna do bailouts of their various Democrat run states and cities, and they want a lot of money. They want a trillion dollars for that, and so they want to do much more than Cove. It related. They want to do they want a bailout. Cities and states that have been in trouble for years of bad management in all cases, Democrat run cities, and we don't think that's fair. You understand that you've heard it before? Yes, President. I wanted to ask you about the Justice Department sending federal agents into cities like Chicago as part of Operation Legend. How exactly do you envision federal forces working alongside local police departments? Not a mass send. But it's sending very talented people to help them with the drugs and the shootings and the guns and the things that are happening. It's not like sending in the National Guard and stopping it. Gold, which is an example of a lot of progress, has been made in Portland. But, you know, frankly, sending in the National Guard like we did in Minneapolis. It stopped it cold. From the time we sent that National Guard, they walk down the street. It was over in Minneapolis. Now it may be starting up again. This is He's a Democrat, run cities and states, and that hasn't been a pretty picture to watch. We will help. Chicago will help New York of their request after request to help, but we want to stop the drugs. We want to stop the guns a lot of the Chicago is guns, and but what it is is drug related gang related, largely gang related with ice will send out thousands of M s 13 thousands and thousands of M S 30. We send them back or in some cases, have to put him in prison, the two violent there truly violent. So we're helping out when you look at what's happening in Chicago in some other cities, with the shootings and the killings, they need help. And we haven't met with resistance. I have to be honest with you. I think it's good that we haven't. We're only looking to help them. We're only looking up. Oh, yeah. Thank you, Mr President. In the Inter Nations 243 year history, there has never been a stronger push for mailing ballots to determine in national left. Are you considering at any point issuing an executive order addressing mail in ballots? And, uh, why do you think some people? Well, there's never been a push like this for mail in ballots. And if you look at the New York congressional race, which is a disaster, Caroline, it's been a total disaster. They have their six weeks into it. Now they have no clue what's going on. And I mean, I think I can say right here and now I think you have to re run that race because it's a mess. Nobody knows what's happening with the ballots and the lost ballots and the fraudulent ballots. I guess I think you probably have to take the Carolyn Maloney race and run it over again. How can you do this? And this is a small race with literally thousands of people, small thousands, and it's all messed up. You look at Paterson, New Jersey it's all messed up. Almost every one of these and these air small, easy to control. They should be able to do this easy. Now you're talking about like Nevada, where, lest two nights ago they went out and in the darkness of night without people without having any meetings of the public without having anything, they approved. A ridiculous. You don't have to look at signatures. You don't have to approve anything. You can have double mailings. You can have all sorts of things. Nobody's ever seen anything like it. It's a disgrace. I mean, honestly, it's a disgrace, so it's a very good question in the mail in ballots. If you look at just some of the small, the small places, small races, congressional race in New York should be very easy. Normally. That would have been announced at seven o'clock, and it would have been down to the wire and everybody would have loved it. It was it was at all complex. It would have taken an extra 45 minutes or an hour. They would have announced it a little bit later. They have no clue. This was about six weeks ago, and they have no clue what's going on. They've lost balance. There's fraudulent ballots. It's how you going to do that for an entire nation? The using cove it to try and get the mail in ballots. Now, absentee ballots are great absentee ballots. After request him, they go through a process. They get him. But the universal mail in ballots have turned out to be a disaster and what Nevada has been doing. If you look over the last few days, you have to look at what they've done. You can have two ballots you can harvest. It's harvesting so you could take thousands of ballots, put them together and just dump them down on somebody's desk After a certain period of time, they have something where if you vote, the vote can count up to seven days later. Well, if the vote's going to count seven days later, that made you. You know, if if it depends on the one state like Nevada, that would mean simply that you can have supposing it's down to that one state. It could be. It's a great state, but supposing it's down to that one state. That means you have to wait seven days, but they won't have it there. This is something that's so messed up and by the way, have to say the post office for many, many years has been, you know, run in a fashion that hasn't been great, great workers and everything. But they have old equipment, very old equipment, and I don't think the post office is prepared for a thing like this. You have to ask the people of the post office. But how can the post office be expected to handle? They have regular mailing, and then now, on top of that, they have the Internet, where you have Amazon and these companies doing, you know, all the buying. Instead of going to a department store, they go buy through mail. So you have massive numbers of purchases now going through the post off his purchases of items and gifts, and that's a tremendous strain on the post office. The post office loses a fortune it has been for many, many years for decades. So now on top of it, it has this and the Amazons of the world and the others. They pay very, very little money. They lose money on every the post office loses money, which is ridiculous on every package it delivers. But now, on top of that, and I'm not just referring to Amazon, I'm talking about all of the competitors. If there is such a thing to Amazon, there will be. But if there is such a thing, but now, on top of that, you'll have somebody like the governor of Nevada come out with this massive plan out of nowhere to take millions of ballots and send them all over the place. You'll never know who won that state. It will get messed up just like New York. And just like Paterson New Jersey. And just like many other places in West Virginia, they indicted a a postman for doing something very bad. You know that, and but there are many cases all over the country. If you look, you'll be able to find there's a list of all over the country and that has to do with Universal Male. And again, absentee is great. It works like in Florida. They'll do absentee. It really works. But universal mail in ballots is going to be a great embarrassment to our country. Well, I have the right to do it. We haven't gotten there yet, but we'll see what happens. We will be suing in Nevada, and that's already been taken care of will probably file something tomorrow. I do want to say that we're going to be introducing a tremendous health care plan sometime prior, hopefully prior to the end of the month. It's just about completed now. In addition, next month will be doing the immigration plan so we'll be doing that in September. Will be doing sometime during this month E health care plan and I think that will be before the end of the month on. I think it'll be very impressive to a lot of people, thank you. Very capacity for elected president. The Postal Service released this statement saying it has ample capacity for the election. That's not true. You just said Mr President.