The White House has finally opened for public tours and the very first group received a special visitor: President Donald Trump:

The tour group — one of the first to enter the Trump White House after a halt to public tours — included many young children, who cheered and screamed as the President popped out from behind a room divider.

Trump called fifth-grader Jack Cornish of Birmingham, Alabama, toward him, gave him a hug, and posed together for a photo. Cornish, 10, appeared to flash an “OK” sign as Trump gripped his shoulders.

“Work hard, everybody, work hard,” he said, standing in front of a portrait of former first lady Hillary Clinton.

Trump waved to the group as he walked away.

“Really? That was awesome!” a young girl said after his departure. Many in the group were visibly surprised and excited by his brief appearance.