On Tuesday night's Daily Show, host Jon Stewart welcomed consumers' rights advocate Elizabeth Warran for an extended interview on her push to lead President Obama's Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.


Republicans and other big business advocates have fiercely resisted the potential for her to take the agency's reins, prompting Stewart to suggest they'd turned her into some sort of socialist revolutionary-like figure.

"I don't want to say Che Guevara," he joked.

If Warren is picked to lead the agency, she would have to be confirmed by the Senate, which may be difficult. President Obama and his aides were reportedly looking for some kind of compromise nominee who would clear the confirmation without trouble, but it was unclear who that might be.

Watch the complete, extended and uncensored interview below.

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