President Bush made a public appeal for trust that the US could cut through the ``uncertainty and fear'' of the the financial crisis today. He acknowledged the markets meltdown was a worldwide problem and that his meeting with the G7 finance ministers tomorrow was vital. ``The world is sending an unmistakable signal: We're in this together and we will come through this together,'' he said. ``The US government is acting, we will continue to act to resolve this crisis. ``The Federal Government has a comprehensive strategy. We can solve this crisis and we will.''