From a White House pool report on President Obama's speech Friday regarding changes to the National Security Agency:
Following the speech, POTUS went to a conference room where he greeted an overflow room of about 100 Justice Department employees. He thanked them for their service ("a lot of lawyers in this town put in a lot of hours but they get paid better than you all do") and he noted, "I see your work product each and every day."
"I hope that I have the occasion to meet some of you...but hopefully not when I'm in trouble," he said to laughter.
He then shook several hands. ... POTUS could be heard saying, "My hands are cold. There's a good air conditioner in here."