What I mean is, we are constantly fighting to make sure that we're able to do the things that we think are important and we really want to get some of those to work. And I think that's really what we need.
Q. What's it like to sit in the President's own White House? What makes it different?
A. My view from the outside, when I sit in the President's office, is that it's very much like being the chief executive or in one of our Cabinet agencies, which we try to do because we believe in the mission and it is a unique mission, I think it will be really important to see how he will execute it. But again you're talking about getting there from, you know, the idea that you're going to be able to change what's not working, how you measure success and things like that will be critical parts of how we get there. And once we start to start asking questions that can be answered in an interview, you know, for example, I think part of that conversation has to happen on the ground that is with folks who could help put him in office