Donald Trump ended his first address to Congress by signing autographs.
Having delivered his speech to the chamber, the US President offered his signature to members of audience.
At one point Mr Trump signed a book, which it was claimed was a copy of the property tycoon's own Art of the Deal.
After Barack Obama gave his first joint address to Congress he was also mobbed for his autograph.
Mr Trump’s address to Congress included a promise to lead a new chapter of “American greatness”.
Claiming that last year's election victory that delivered him the White House was a “rebellion” of the people, Mr Trump said he wanted to deliver a message of unity and strength.
“I am here tonight to deliver a message of unity and strength, and it is a message deeply delivered from my heart,” he said.Reuse content