REP. DEVIN NUNES: So, let me say too, Lou, before we get going -- I just heard, I don't want to -- normally, you're the one that's breaking news -- but, talking about [former U.S. Attorney Jessie] Liu who's just been nominated or has been nominated and is supposed talk to the Senate. I am hearing now that the president has actually pulled that nomination. So that would be good news. Maybe the president was watching and he just decided to do it on a whim. He was watching you, or something.
LOU DOBBS (HOST): The fact is, I would certainly -- I just can't imagine it would have been advanced at all because of her background. Can you?
NUNES: Well, you're right that the questions that the senators could have asked would have been wonderful, if they would have actually, you know, followed through and actually were tough, and ask the tough questions. But yeah, I think the president has pulled that nomination just hearing the breaking, the last few minutes.
DOBBS: Well that's wonderful and we appreciate you sharing that here tonight. And I'm sure right now as I'm speaking, we've got people all over the phones trying to talk to the administration about what is transpiring there. Particularly the treasury secretary.