• With: New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez

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    VAN SUSTEREN: How's your sister doing as governor?

    LETTIE MARTINEZ, GOV. MARTINEZ'S SISTER: Very good.

    VAN SUSTEREN: Very good?

    LETTIE MARTINEZ: Yes.

    VAN SUSTEREN: Like, tell me more.

    LETTIE MARTINEZ: She's the greatest sister I ever had.

    (LAUGHTER)

    VAN SUSTEREN: She's a good sister. She loves you.

    LETTIE MARTINEZ: Yes. Everybody does.

    (LAUGHTER)

    VAN SUSTEREN: Anyway, thank you very much. Do you watch us on TV?

    LETTIE MARTINEZ: Yes.

    VAN SUSTEREN: OK, you're going to keep watching us, right?

    LETTIE MARTINEZ: Yes.

    GOV. SUSANA MARTINEZ: Do you remember her? Remember watching her on television?

    LETTIE MARTINEZ: Yes.

    GOV. SUSANA MARTINEZ: Tell her about your birthday party at the governor's house.

    LETTIE MARTINEZ: Oh, yes! I had a birthday party at the governor's house.

    VAN SUSTEREN: Really? Was it fun?

    LETTIE MARTINEZ: Yes.

    VAN SUSTEREN: Is it a nice house?

    LETTIE MARTINEZ: Yes.

    VAN SUSTEREN: Were the dogs there?

    LETTIE MARTINEZ: Yes.

    VAN SUSTEREN: All right, what -- how old were you?

    GOV. SUSANA MARTINEZ: How old did you become? When was your birthday?

    LETTIE MARTINEZ: 55.

    VAN SUSTEREN: 55! Whoa! You don't look 55! Happy birthday.

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    VAN SUSTEREN: The governor is the guardian for her disabled sister, who you just met. And there's much more of our interview with Governor Susana Martinez. Just go to GretaWire.com.