diving board working now Okay, thank you. Well, this President my friend is good to be with you again 10 North American Leaders Summit in Mexico City. Last month we celebrated 200 years of bilateral relations with Mexico and looking back and our shared history is clear that the stronger and safer we both ours when we stand together, we work together. Mexico is a true partner and when we work together and common values and mutual respect, nothing much is beyond our reach. So today, we're going to discuss how we can further deepen our relationship not only Mexico but the Western Hemisphere. This includes strengthening our supply chains to make the hemisphere even more competitive. I'm also going to discuss our shared security including our joint action to address the a plague of fentanyl, which has killed 100,000 Americans so far. And now we can tack you tackle irregular migration, which I think we're well on our way to doing. Above all, we both committed to pursuing a better future one grounded on peace and prosperity for all of our people. Mr. President this afternoon. In the years ahead, I look forward to building that better future. And I might add, just in the last 15 years, we spent billions of dollars in the hemisphere 10s of billions of dollars to hemisphere. And, and we what we have to do is what you've done and I compliment you on it, we have to continue to support and build democratic institutions and hemisphere. One of the things I was able to do with the g7 is get the g7 agreed that we would have a multi multi billion dollar project for infrastructure for the Western Hemisphere for Latin America, and for Africa and both. So there's much we can do much we have to talk about. And and I'm looking forward to being able to do it because I'm confident. I'm confident we can get it done. I'm confident we're in one of those moments of a real change in the direction. The last fundamental change that occurred in world politics was in World War Two, the post cold war era, we're in a totally different place a totally different place, where one of those inflection points for what we do in the next several years is going to determine what the world looks like the next 234 decades. And that's where we have an opportunity to do and I think we're in a good position to do it. And but having said that, the United States provides more foreign aid in every other country in just about combined in the world to not just a hemisphere but around the world. Unfortunately, our responsibility just as an end in the Western Hemisphere. It's in Central Europe, it's in Asia, Middle East, and Africa, is in South East West Asia. And so it's it's not I wish we could just have one focus, Only one focus. We have multiple foci. and so that's what we have to work on. and I'm confident we can do a great deal more in tandem with one another so thank you for having us and it looked forward to our discussion.