78-Year-Old Senator's 'Let It Go' Ringtone Goes Off During Hearing (Video)

Well, this is awkward.

Sen. Pat Robert became the laughingstock of Congress when, earlier this morning during a Senate Finance Committee, his phone began ringing -- and everyone heard his loud “Let It Go” ringtone.

He's a 78-year-old man, by the way.

Tom Vilsack, the Secretary of Agriculture, was on the stand at the time of the interruption, but ceased talking and smiled while Sen. Robert desperately tried to silence the phone.

When he saw that Vilsack was still staring at him, Sen. Robert only had one thing to say: “Just let it go.”

Check out the awkward moment up top.

Sen Pat Roberts' (R-KS) 'Frozen' ringtone goes off during a hearing on US Tariff Policy https://t.co/JsZn5AN3yX — Frank Thorp V (@frankthorpNBC) April 16, 2015
Somebody had to tell the Obama Administration to "Let it go." #forthegrandkids — Pat Roberts (@SenPatRoberts) April 16, 2015

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