Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) on Wednesday called on FBI Director Christopher Wray to resign.
In a letter to Wray, Collins accused him of being "unwilling or unable to bring accountability to the upper echelon of the FBI."
"I am sure you are aware of the recent revelation that the FBI had knowledge that the Russian collusion hoax was a creation of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign," he added. "In your refusal to act on this knowledge, you are complicit. I urge you to do the right thing for this country and resign."
Asked to respond to Collins, the FBI told The Epoch Times via email, "The FBI has been, and will continue to be, fully cooperative with all congressional inquiries, and Department of Justice reviews, into the Crossfire Hurricane investigation."
The FBI conducted a counter-intelligence probe dubbed Crossfire Hurricane into Trump's campaign in 2016. It relied in part on a dossier created by ex-British spy Christopher Steele.
"Either he was willfully not knowing what was going on, he was intentionally misleading the Senate, or there was actually a cover up going on," Collins said during an appearance on Fox Business.
"Let somebody else come in so that we can have clarity on what actually happened and what’s actually being done to make sure this never happens—whether it’s lying to Congress or lying to the American people," he added.
Comey testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee in Washington on Wednesday.
"And I look at them as a bunch of well funded ANARCHISTS & THUGS who are protected because the Comey/Mueller inspired FBI is simply unable, or unwilling, to find their funding source, and allows them to get away with 'murder,'" Trump said on Twitter.