The media should calm down in their coverage of the stock market and the collapse of the bailout legislation, Rep. Marcy KapturMarcia (Marcy) Carolyn KapturTiming of Trump's Mexico trade deal gives Democrats an advantage Overnight Energy: Two top Pruitt aides quit | Trump offers support for Pruitt | EPA spokesman calls reporter 'a piece of trash' | Pruitt praises Chick-Fil-A as 'franchise of faith' Dems put squeeze on Ryan over chaplain controversy MORE (D-Ohio) said in an interview Tuesday.

"You're very anxious, I can hear your voice there," Kaptur said to ABC News's Chris Cuomo, who was reporting from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

"For the sake of the country, and even for the sake of the markets, I think you should operate prudently and with a little bit of calm in your voice today," Kaptur told Cuomo.

Cuomo had seemed to indicate a delay in audio between New York and Washington during his interview with Kaptur and Rep. Marilyn Musgrave (R-Colo.). Both Kaptur and Musgrave voted against yesterday's financial assistance legislation.

"Of course, both of you understand that any anxiety here is because of the interests of people on Main Street, and wanting to make sure they don't get caught up in politics," Cuomo said.

"I think one of the problems is that [Treasury Secretary Henry] Paulson is a day-trader; he's not a banker," Kaptur said later in the video.

Watch the video here.

-Michael O'Brien