cordial, extensive, light-hearted at times.
Our statements about the threat posed by Saddam Hussein were based on the aggregation of intelligence from a number of sources and represented the collective view of the intelligence community.
There are questions raised in the Congress, and what this delay allows is for those questions to be addressed on the Hill. There's nothing to reopen.
Next week the president and Mrs. Bush will depart for South Asia. They will travel to India and Pakistan. This is the first trip of the president and Mrs. Bush to either country. They are very much looking forward to it.
But this is not a risk-free undertaking.
What the Congress and the companies are able to work out, we'll support and cooperate with so long as it does not involve a summary decision by the Congress that blocks this transaction.
At this point people are comfortable that the necessary precautions are in place but this is not a risk-free undertaking.
In terms of the administration and executive branch process, that process has been completed ... There's nothing to reopen. In terms of the CFIUS, process, it's been completed.