On Friday, 10-year-old Frank Giaccio became the talk of America, as he mowed the White House lawn. He quickly showed his own entrepreneurial powers, passing out flyers in his Falls Church, Va., neighborhood in the D.C. metro area and lining up two neighbors as weekly mowing customers.
FX said he normally charges eight dollars per lawn (about £5.90) but chose to mow the White House lawn free of charge.
"Dear Mr. President. It would be my honor to mow the White House lawn for some weekend for you".
Because to his right could be seen a young boy mowing the White House lawn, accompanied by two men.
His letter was shared by White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders at a press briefing last month.
"Maybe he'll be president", Trump said.
"My dad didn't think I was going to meet the president at all - I was just going to mow the Rose Garden".
Frank, wearing ear plugs, appeared so focused on his mowing technique that he didn't appear to notice Trump when the president first approached him. The president then invited Frank, along with his father, into the Oval Office.
And by the looks of things, the National Park Service may be out of a job, as Frank is not only all business when working, but he's also damn good.
"This is Frank. He is going to be very famous", said. "It was a lot bigger than I thought", he said. "One of my younger kids wants to write NASA to get a trip to the moon", Giaccio said.