South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) isn’t going to send Stephen Colbert to the U.S. Senate. But that’s not stopping her from having a little fun with his faux-jockeying for the appointment. Haley’s latest missive: A vetting document that dings the Comedy Central host for his inability in 2007 to name South Carolina’s state amphibian, a topic over which Colbert recently took Haley to task.

“Mr. Colbert, clearly a whole lot of people felt you needed a second look for U.S. Senate, and because I believe in doing my full due diligence ... this is what our vetting process came back with,” Haley wrote on her Facebook page before linking to a three-page document that begins with a snippet of a 2007 interview Colbert did with the late “Meet The Press” host Tim Russert.

“What’s the state amphibian,” Russert asked Colbert.

“It's my dog, Cookie. She swims, and she goes on land,” replied Colbert.