Incidentally, if you were wondering which beauty of a BBC reporter didn't get called to asked a question to Donald Trump at yesterday's eventful White House press conference, well, it was none other than Anthony Zurcher. And here he is:
"Unfortunately, the president didn’t call on me at his press conference today", he later tweeted.
Here are the four questions he had prepared to ask:
1) Both Barack Obama and Bill Clinton lost the House in their first term. They went on to win re-election two years later. After their mid-term setbacks, they said they were humbled and learned important lessons. Have you been humbled? And what, if anything, did you learn?
2) In 2016, Hillary Clinton carried the female vote by 12 percent. On Tuesday, Democratic candidates carried it by 19 percent. Do Republicans – do you – have a problem connecting with women voters?
3) Now that Democrats have won the House of Representatives, they have the power to access your tax returns. Might you decide to pre-emptively release your returns, as all recent presidents have done before you?
4) Today you called Andrew Gillum, the Democratic candidate for Florida’s governor, a “very talented person.” Last week, you said he was a thief. Is this an attempt to change your tone post-election? And if so, do you think Democrats will believe your new language is heartfelt?