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Is this grammatically correct?

Thanks Bob, I am happy to talk more tomorrow.

Or is it better to say:

Thanks Bob, I will be happy to talk more tomorrow.

Does present and future tense matter? What is the correct way of wording this?

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    They're both fine. It's just an arbitrary choice on the part of the speaker, who may be thinking in terms of his current or future feelings. – FumbleFingers Apr 3 '18 at 17:54

Thanks Bob, I’d be happy to talk with you more tomorrow.

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