As Democrats look to John McCain as one of the few Republicans who might maybe, possibly stand up to Donald Trump on his various Russian debacles, McCain took some time Wednesday to look down at Ashton Kutcher.

And to review his face.

"Ashton, you were better looking in the movies," joked John McCain, cracking up the room and making himself kind of cough-laugh a few times in amusement.


Which Ashton Kutcher movie do you think John McCain has seen? Dude Where's My Car? My Boss's Daughter? Gotta hope it's the dude car one.

Kutcher, who returned McCain's sentiment by blowing a kiss at the 80-year-old Senator from Arizona, was in the Senate for a much more serious reason. Here's where the tone of this article—and hopefully of the rest of the Senate hearing—changes dramatically.


At a hearing called "Ending Modern Slavery. Building on Success," according to EW, Kutcher was there to lend his expertise on fighting human trafficking.

"My day job is the chairman and co-founder of Thorn," said Kutcher. "We build software to fight human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of children. That's our core mission... We [are] their last line of defense.""