https://thehill.com/opinion/energy-...-a-cameo-role-in-saudi-russia-oil-price-drama I'm interested in your thoughts regarding the oil price drama. There are so many issues packed inside this matter. Namely: 1. Government's role in protecting domestic oil and gas industry vs freetrade? 2. Short term benefits of cheap gas during the COVID-19 era vs long term health of the economy, U.S. industries, including green energy? 3. Similarly, is dumping oil (or any commodity) on the market, a fair practice, and just part of the market process, or is there a point to which it becomes an antitrust matter? Where is that line, and what should our policy toward other sovereign countries be? There are many more issues ancillary to these, feel free to discuss. I probably won't have time to join the discussion, but look forward to the WC's answers.