FX said he normally charges $8 per lawn but chose to mow the White House lawn free of charge.
In fact, when President Trump came up to him and said he was doing a "great job" Frank just kept mowing until the groundskeeper and Frank's dad stepped in.
Trump tweeted a video in the afternoon that recapped Frank's day, which included his appearance in the briefing room, meeting the President and Vice President Mike Pence and visiting the Oval Office. When given a push mower, he got to work trimming the grass in the Rose Garden, outside the Oval Office.
Later, the president pat Frank on the back and called him the "future of our country", according to pool reports. "I think that's pretty fair".
Suu Kyi has to do more for Rohingya
It's not that Ms Suu Kyi is organising the killings (she does not control the military), or that they are entirely one-sided. I will not go to the extent of supporting the petition for revoking her Nobel Prize, which she once undoubtedly deserved.
Russian War Games on NATO's Eastern Flank
The exercises, a variant of Soviet drills during the 1970s, were revived on a large scale by President Vladimir Putin in 2009. There is also unease in Kiev, and Ukraine is now conducting its own military exercises. "We can't be totally calm.
Amanda Nunes To Return In 2018 After Sinus Surgery
It's the third of this year's eight pay-per-view events to lose a main or co-main event within 48 hours of the start of the card. With under two minutes left, Shevchenko tried to turn a Nunes takedown into a throw, but Nunes ended up on her back on the mat.
Oil prices rise on expectations of market balance
Crude inventories increased to 468.2 million barrels, although there was still a year-on-year decline of 2.5%. US refinery utilization rates fell to 77.7 percent last week, the lowest since 2008, according to EIA .