Trump invites 11-year-old boy to mow Rose Garden lawn

Trump invites 11-year-old boy to mow Rose Garden lawn

Trump invites 11-year-old boy to mow Rose Garden lawn

"Even though I'm only 10, I'd like to show the nation what young people like me are ready for", Sanders read.

After writing a letter to the White House offering Mr. Trump landscaping service free of charge, a service for which he normally charges his neighbors eight dollars, the president agreed to let him show off his grass-clipping skills. He also wore earplugs and safety glasses.

"Maybe he'll be president", Trump said of Frank, who aspires to become a Navy SEAL when he grows up.

"Future of the country right there".

Trump took him up on his offer to cut the grass and run a weed-whacker at the white house for free. "The good thing was there were no hills".

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Frank really did mow a section of lawn that was more than symbolic.

After watching his dad do yard work for years, Frank was finally deemed old enough to operate a power mower this summer.

It turns out this boy is the 11-year-old Frank Giaccio, from Falls Church, Virginia.

Frank Giaccio told CNN's "New Day" he even waived his usual $8 fee for President Donald Trump - even though anchor Alisyn Camerota noted that the billionaire chief executive could probably afford the fee. "But I was like, 'Let's see how far this gets me'". He had written to the USA president earlier this year saying that he owned his own lawn-mowing business and it would an "honour" to mow the White House lawn. And priceless marketing for his nascent lawn-mowing business.

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