[WATCH] Donald Trump High Fives a Young Entrepreneur That Came to Mow His Lawn


11-year-old Frank Giaccio wrote a letter to President Trump offering to mow the White House lawn.  Imagine the boy’s surprise when he found out the president had read the letter, and accepted his offer!

Earlier this year, he sent the following letter.  He said it would be his “honor” to mow the most famous lawn in America.  The young entrepreneur cited his admiration for the billionaire president’s successful history in business.  He even offered to waive his $8 fee.  I think my favorite part is that he added his flyer.

Fraink Giaccio

Fingers crossed that Bill Maher doesn’t get a hold of that letter.  He might try to make some unnecessary edits.

From his letter:

I would like to show the nation what young people like me are ready for.  I admire your business background and have started my own business.

Months later, the young boy mowed the lawn this morning, and President Trump went out to greet him and give him a high five.  Looks like he achieved a dream and then some.  President Trump admired the boy’s entrepreneurship.

President Trump said:

Future of the country right there.  We’re lucky…maybe he’ll be president.

According to Giaccio, he’d much rather become a Navy Seal.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders commented about the invitation this morning.

The president is committed to keeping the American dream alive for kids like Frank, and we’re all looking forward to having him here.

In these dark times, these are the moments that Americans should come together, share, and celebrate.  Our country was built on work ethic and going after our dreams, no matter how big.  If there are more kids like Giaccio out there, it looks like we have plenty of hope left!

Watch the clip from C-SPAN below:

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