This is Joshua Trump, friend of the White House, smiling and alert as President Donald Trump prepares to deliver his State of the Union address.
Nothing to see here. Just an 11-year-old supporting his namesake on a school night.
This is also Joshua Trump, the viral sensation, sleeping through parts of the President’s marathon 82-minute speech.
Seated two seats away from First Lady Melania Trump and not far from other invited guests including Auschwitz survivor Joshua Kaufman, astronaut Buzz Aldrin and reformed cocaine dealer Matthew Charles, Joshua had reached his limit.
Of course, it was past 10.30pm by the time the event wrapped up.
Joshua, who was invited as a special guest after revealing he’d been bullied because of his surname, was celebrated as a “hero” after the pictures emerged.
The student from Wilmington, Delaware, was “thankful to the First Lady and the Trump family for their support” after being on the receiving end of taunts because of his name, the White House said in introducing its special guests.
Joshua, who was one of only 13 specially invited guests for the address, was called an “idiot” and “stupid” by classmates, his parents said.
The bullying forced his parents, Megan Trump and Bobby Berto, to pull him from school in favour of home schooling.
“He said he hates himself, and he hates his last name, and he feels sad all the time, and he doesn’t want to live feeling like that anymore,” Ms Trump said.
The landmark address was not without other controversial moments. Among them was the sarcastic applause from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the refusal by Democratic congresswomen — who dressed in all white — to clap as the President spoke on topics including abortion.