DT: Yes, I would do it. I think it's ridiculous. I think, number one, if you are going to do anything—and I don't think you should do anything, because we have enough rules and balances and checks—you have to go through Congress. You can't just write an executive order and sign it. You're supposed to talk to the congressmen who represent a lot of your readers, and, you know, they have to sort of say "Let's do this" or "Let's do that." You don't do an executive order. But I'm for doing nothing. You know, it's a mental-health problem, right? And the guns aren't pulling the triggers, okay. It's the people that are pulling the triggers. We have a big mental-health problem. And they're closing up all of the hospitals, all of the institutions, and that's our problem. And so I would absolutely reverse many of his executive orders beyond this, many of his executive orders.