Senator's Frozen ringtone interrupts hearing on tariff policy

Thursday April 16th, 2015


​It's been more than two years since Disney's Frozen was released and the animated film is just as popular as ever. Sworn representatives of our government are crazy about the movie, too.

During a senate hearing on U.S. tariff policy Thursday, Kansas senator Pat Roberts's cell phone rang with the Academy Award-winning song "Let It Go."

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The musical interlude interrupted what must have been riveting testimony from Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.

"His grandchildren love it," a Roberts spokeswoman said, according to The Hill. "He balances Let it Go with Johnny Cash's 'I Walk the Line.' He swaps tones depending on the day."

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