Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer said he’d mow former President Barack Obama’s lawn if he asked because it would show Americans can support the country’s leaders, no matter what political party they belong to.

“If President Obama called me today and said ‘hey come mow my lawn,’ I’d do it because I think that there’s something that we all should come together as Americans and want to support our leaders, our elected officials, Republican [or] Democrat,” Spicer told Fox Business Network on Thursday.

Spicer’s comments came in reaction to actor Tom Hanks saying he wouldn’t attend a White House screening of his new film, “The Post,” in protest of President Trump.

"I think the idea that it's become cool to say I won't even show up to see the president of the United States is a sad commentary on where we are,” Spicer said.