As most of us know by now, this Friday, President Donald Trump helped fulfill the wish of an 11-year-old boy named Frank Giaccio from Virginia, after he wrote a letter to the commander-in-chief asking if he could mow the White House Rose Garden lawn.
Being the generous and inspiring man he is, Trump without a doubt realized he couldn’t turn the boy down after reading about his dedication to his hobby, and he flew little Frank out to Washington. Giaccio helped mow the grass free of charge, despite usually charging $8 for his services. Little Giaccio was so focused on his job that he even walked pass the president when he came to greet him, but it is worth noting that he had protective earplugs and glasses on.
But soon after their business and meet-and-greet session was over, little Giaccio revealed that President Trump wasn’t the only commander-in-chief he’s written a letter to about mowing the lawn at the White House, saying: “Well, my last one, which went to President Obama, I got a letter back. But I knew it wasn’t handwritten, so I knew that this one was actually better when Sarah took it to the briefing room,” said Giaccio. His interview can be seen below:
Fortunately for him, the White House is now filled with people that were actually paying closer attention, giving this kid a once-in-a-lifetime experience he will never forget!