An Entrepreneurial 11-Year-Old Mowed the Lawn at the White House

Randolph Lopez
September 16, 2017

Frank Giaccio of Falls Church, Va., wrote a letter to the president earlier this year expressing his wish to visit the White House and mow its famed lawn.

Sanders' announced at Wednesday's media briefing that Frank, now 11, will work with the grounds keeping crew to cut the grass at the Rose Garden.

When the boy finally paused, the president called him the "future of the country right here" and asked what he wanted to be when he grew up.

Frank, who recently celebrated his birthday, aspires to be a Navy SEAL, the president said. "Well, he'll make it".

"Dear Mr. President, it would be my honor to mow the White House lawn some weekend for you", Frank wrote.

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The letter continued to explain that he has been mowing his neighbors' lawn, and has a variety of equipment he could bring, including a power mower, push mower and weed whacker. "It was a lot bigger than I thought", he said.

Giaccio penned a letter to President Trump offering to care for the White House lawn for free.

The president clapped in approval as he walked toward Frank "FX" Giaccio, who was hard at work cutting the grass.

Interviewed on the Fox Business network before heading to the White House, Frank said the day was shaping up to be "pretty much the best day of my life".

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. "NatlParkService gives you an A+!"

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