Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles What has happened so far? This has now been going on for a few hours. Yeah, we've seen several technology CEOs meeting with some of the top advisors of the president, including the vice president over at the White House for the last 4 hours. They've been taking about how to modernize government, they've been talking about newer ways to bring the expertise of the private sector, and tried to translate it into government, something that previous administrations have tried to do but has been incredibly difficult. Trying to make government more like Apple, more like Amazon, and more responsive to the citizens that it serves. That's what they've been doing for the last few hours. They've also talked about things like the H-1B visa program, and some areas of concern that the private sector and the technology CEOs have with what president Trump has done, everything from immigration to climate, to the visa issue. So it's been a long and wide ranging discussion and it's gonna cap with president Trump coming and speaking to some of the CEOs face to face. Now, to clarify, a number of these CEOs haven't actually joined into this council, they're today, as part of a one-off working session. People like Tim Cook for example, strongly disagree with the president on issues like climate change. Is president Trump really going to be receptive to what they have to say? Yeah, a lot of these CEOs wanted to have a seat at the table. This is not something that they are using as a reason to be a part of the president's council. They're just actually coming to the table to talk to the president and try to have his ear. So it doesn't cost them very much to come and try to get the president to move towards their position on a number of different issues. But there are some CEOs including Tesla's CEO, Elon Musk, who decided not to participate in the president's council because of disagreements over things like climate change. But some of the CEOs who were present today want to have the president's ear, they want to show that they have an open mind towards meeting with the president and a lot of them were saying that they were grateful to have the opportunity to talk to people like Jared Kushner, who has the trust of the president and who may be a little bit more open towards their positions on things like climate change.