I’m going to tell you right now: I want you, my husband, to take one selfie with your mother and your sister.
I want to get that selfie and send it to your mother.
And then, when you’re done with your work, you can come in and take the photo.
You can just have that photo taken and send that selfie.
That way, I can see what you’re doing.
That means everything.
You know what?
I don’t care.
I don, too.
You have to respect it.
I’ve had my share of challenges.
And I’m sure that my wife will too.
And it’s something I love to do with her.
But the point is, I want her to have that moment with her family, too, as well.
And as a father of two daughters, I have to look out for them.
I think we’re a good team.
And so it’s up to us to do that.
But we do have a lot of work to do.
And our lives are filled with challenges, too; we’re dealing with a lot.
But at the end of the day, that’s what it is, a challenge.
It’s like a family.
And that’s a beautiful thing, you know?
And I have great respect for my family.
They are the most amazing people in the world.
I’m proud of them.
And my family is very much a family, you see.
It really is.
And we will get through this together.
It’s not going to be easy.
But, you saw, that day is coming.
You want to come in here?
I’ll be waiting for you.
Thank you very much.
I love you.
I love Zac Efrons wife.
And, thank you.
We have so much going on.
So many great things going on in our country, and I’m just glad to have you on the show.
But as always, it’s the most important part of this, is that we get it together, and get it done.
Thank all of you, everyone, and thank you for your service to our country.
And to Zac Efingron.
He’s the best.
He will be forever.
(Cheers and applause.)
And to all of the American people, I hope we can see you on November 8th.
(Chorus: The President and First Lady of the United States, Melania Trump, walk to the Capitol, flanked by her husband, President Donald Trump.)