On Monday night, Judge Brett Kavanaugh was nominated by President Donald Trump for the U.S. Supreme Court.
Less than 48 hours later, Kavanaugh was spotted feeding the homeless outside Catholic Charities in downtown Washington.
Wearing a baseball cap and casual clothes, Kavanaugh blended in with the other do-gooders.
While his critics will likely claim the act of charity was a publicity stunt, a source told the Daily Caller that the event was planned well in advance.
"A fellow volunteer confirmed that the judge signed up for the event some time ago and chose to keep the date, developments in his professional life notwithstanding,” the Daily Caller reported.
Another volunteer also confirmed as much on Twitter.
The story likely won’t come as a surprise to anyone who knows the judge. Following his nomination, Kavanaugh said he’s always tried to be a “man for others.”
"I've tried to live that creed," he said.
Watch Kavanaugh's complete remarks below:
Trump nominated Kavanaugh to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. He will face questions from the U.S. Senate before his confirmation vote. Republicans have enough votes to confirm Kavanaugh without any support from Democrats, making his confirmation likely.