What does Pat Roberts have in common with nearly every nine-year-old girl in America?
They all love “Let It Go,” the signature song of the 2013 animated film “Frozen” that’s now probably stuck in your head. During a Senate Finance Committee hearing on U.S. trade policy Thursday afternoon, as Roberts was questioning Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, the 78-year-old senator’s phone went off.
“Aw, come on,” said the Republican from Kansas, as the unmistakable Disney melody rang out, drawing laughter from members and attendees in an otherwise silent room. Roberts pulled out his phone to silence it, then joked, “Just let it go.”
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Roberts spokeswoman Sarah Little told National Journal that the senator picked “Let It Go” as a ringtone because his grandchildren love it. He also uses Johnny Cash’s “I Walk the Line.” “He changes depending on the day,” Little said.