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Kid who mowed WH lawn also wrote Obama a letter — but the response he received was very different

Frank Giaccio, the 11-year-old kid who mowed the White House lawn, revealed he also wrote to President Obama — but received a much different response. (MIKE THEILER/AFP/Getty Images)

Eleven-year-old Frank Giaccio became a viral sensation last week after he was spotted mowing in the White House's Rose Garden and interacting with President Donald Trump.

What happened?

Several months back, Frank, who owns his own lawn care business and tends to the lawns of his neighbors, wrote Trump telling him that it would be his "honor" to mow the White House lawn. He said Trump's business empire inspired him and that he would even cut the White House grass free of charge.

Well, Trump loved the letter, so he had Frank over at the White House on Friday to fulfill his request. Trump later gave Frank an "A+" for his job well done:

Frank's feel good story touched many people and stories about him went viral. He was later interviewed many times, including by major media outlets like Fox News and CNN.

It wasn't Frank's only letter

During an appearance on "Fox and Friends" on Saturday, Frank revealed that his letter to Trump wasn't the first time he wrote to a sitting U.S. president about cutting the White House grass.

Frank said: "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..."

Good on Trump to make Frank's childhood dream become a reality.

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