A photographer captured an image of the letter Attorney General nominee William Barr’s grandson wrote to him during his confirmation hearing Tuesday.

Liam Daly, Barr’s 8-year-old grandson, sat with his family during the hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee and scribbled a letter to Barr on a U.S. Senate notepad. 

“Dear Grandpa,” the letter, captured by a Reuters photographer, reads. “I love you so much. You are doing great so far ... I am having so much fun." 

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He concluded the note with a bit of misspelled foreign policy advice for his grandfather, who would oversee special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russia probe MORE’s Russia investigation if confirmed by the Senate.

 "P.S. I think Rusha's people are fine. It is the government is the problam," Liam wrote. 

Daly was quickly hailed on social media for his note. 

Daly chatted with several other members of the committee, including Sens. John KennedyJohn Neely KennedyMORE (R-La.) and Amy KlobucharAmy Jean KlobucharKlobuchar ate salad with her comb, ordered aide to clean it: report Sanders endorses Oakland teachers strike Dem strategist says Clinton ‘absolutely’ has a role to play in 2020 MORE (D-Minn.) 

"I had a great conversation with Liam this morning," Kennedy tweeted. "I’m looking forward to getting to know his grandfather, William Barr, during the Attorney General hearing today." 

After nearly six hours of questioning, ranking member Dianne FeinsteinDianne Emiel FeinsteinKids confront Feinstein over Green New Deal Feinstein says she thinks Biden will run after meeting with him Trump judicial nominee Neomi Rao seeks to clarify past remarks on date rape MORE (D-Calif.) sent the boy a “care package” containing a bag of chips and other snacks for having the “staying power” to sit through the committee hearing.

“He deserves a medal,” Feinstein said.

Barr introduced his family to the Senate Judiciary Committee during his opening remarks, including his three daughters, who are lawyers and have either worked on Capitol Hill or in the Justice Department (DOJ). 

He joked that Daly, who was sitting in the front row, will someday also be in the DOJ. Chairman Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamTrump says he'll '100 percent' veto measure blocking emergency declaration Overnight Defense: Dems tee up Tuesday vote against Trump's emergency declaration | GOP expects few defections | Trump doubles number of troops staying in Syria to 400 On The Money: Dems set Tuesday vote on Trump's emergency declaration | Most Republicans expected to back Trump | Senate plots to avoid fall shutdown drama | Powell heading before Congress MORE (R-S.C.) encouraged Daly to think about going to medical school instead because "somebody needs to make money in the family."