Rep. Hall to Sebelius: 'I thought I saw you on a tricycle'

Rep. Ralph HallRalph HallGOP fights off primary challengers in deep-red Texas Most diverse Congress in history poised to take power Lawmakers pay tribute to Rep. Ralph Hall MORE (R-Texas) played a game of “don’t I know you from somewhere?” with Kathleen SebeliusKathleen SebeliusOPINION | 5 big ideas to halt America's opioid epidemic Aligning clinical and community resources improves health Sebelius on GOP healthcare plan: 'I'm not sure what the goal is here' MORE when the Health and Human Services secretary testified Wednesday before the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

The 90-year-old lawmaker, the oldest serving member of Congress, took a break from grilling Sebelius to ask the former Kansas governor, “Were you born in Meade, Kansas?”

“I was not,” Sebelius replied, saying, “I was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. I married a Kansan and went to Kansas.”

“I was in the third grade there, and I thought I saw you on a tricycle there one day,” Hall explained to a hearty laugh from Sebelius.

“Well, it was an illusion,” Sebelius, 65, responded.