Frank Giacco, 11, absolutely loves the White House lawn. The president of the United States though?
Frankly, he just DGAF.
At least that’s how it appeared to observers who watched Giacco mow the White House lawn this Friday. Giacco had previously written to the White House asking if he could mow the lawn free of charge because “I would like to show the nation what young people like me are ready for” (free child labor).
The president approached the child as if to strike up a conversation: the two are, after all, the same emotional age. But Giacco, high on the scent of fresh grass and the roar of a quality engine, didn’t want to play with big ol’ Donny Trump on the playground, at least in this photo. Unlike Trump, he cares about the work he’s assigned.
You just can’t fake happiness like this. This kid is out here having the time of his life pic.twitter.com/Xg0ttd8ih9
— Andrew Ziegler (@zieg) September 15, 2017
These memes tell the whole damn story.
“Wow, great job. I wish I had an 11-year-old kid at home.” pic.twitter.com/RdlrW4SLws
— Jess Dweck (@TheDweck) September 15, 2017
THAT’S RIGHT, 306 ELECTORAL VOTES pic.twitter.com/3tfwJZ9NGc
— [ЯEDACTED]™ (@quasirealSmiths) September 15, 2017
when another boy gets to mow the lawn pic.twitter.com/MJFqQZExdl
— hackensack’s best (@jimpjorps) September 15, 2017
*Yelling over lawnmower’ engine*
CAN YOU MOW THE MAP OF MY TREMENDOUS ELECTORAL WIN INTO IT? pic.twitter.com/CjDWAxcrn9
— Stephanie McMaster (@Smethanie) September 15, 2017
“HELLO BARRON OR MAYBE TIFFANY” pic.twitter.com/QMokt3RNfU
— rachel axler (@rachelaxler) September 15, 2017
“IT”, dir. Andrés Muschietti (2017) pic.twitter.com/H1yMW6XtGy
— Mike Drucker (@MikeDrucker) September 15, 2017
Will Trump move out of that “dump” of a White House and be invited into Giacco’s tree house to play? Stay tuned for next week’s episode of Our President Is a Child.
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