John F. Kennedy’s only grandson Jack Schlossberg remembered the spirit and legacy of his grandfather at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night, alongside his mother Caroline Kennedy.

“Times have changed, but the themes of my grandfather’s speech – courage, unity and patriotism – are as important today as they were in 1960,” Schlossberg said during the two-minute segment. “And once again, we need a leader who believes America’s best days are yet to come. We need Joe Biden.”

“I saw a leader who was tough, but fair, who commanded the trust and respect of other nations and who always put America’s interest first,” said Kennedy, who served as the ambassador to Japan under the Obama administration. Caroline Kennedy is the last surviving child of President Kennedy.

“In this election, our future is on the ballot. For my generation, it will define the rest of our lives,” added Schlossberg.

Viewers were quick to point out the 27-year-old’s resemblance to his late uncle, John F. Kennedy Jr. on social media.

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