Rep. Tom Marino (R-Pa.) asserted on Tuesday that former Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump: 'Why no action' from Obama on Russian meddling? Trump notes 'election meddling by Russia' in tweet criticizing Obama Former Obama advisor calls Fox ‘state sanctioned media’ MORE perjured herself when testifying before Congress about her private email server and accused the Obama administration of suppressing the FBI’s investigation.

The FBI delivered a report to Congress on Tuesday providing details of the agency’s interview with Clinton, now the Democratic presidential nominee, conducted days before the end of its investigation. Shortly before the report arrived, Marino was asked in an interview on Fox News what he believed it would show.

“That she lied under oath to Congress when she came into testify” before the House Select Committee on Benghazi, Marino responded. “And if she lied, she perjured herself. She lied to Congress, therefore she can be prosecuted and spend as long as 10 years in prison for doing that.”

“The director of the FBI, the Justice Department, in my opinion, they’re taking direction from the White House saying, ‘Do nothing about this,’” he added.

On Monday, Marino led a group of 35 GOP House members in calling on FBI Director James Comey to provide Congress with details on the agency’s interview with the former secretary of State. The FBI sent notes of the interview as part of its report on Tuesday.

That day two other House Republicans, Reps. Bob GoodlatteBob GoodlatteWarning: Lawsuit ads may be harmful to the health of Americans Black Dem accuses Steve King of 'white privilege' in heated exchange Act now on No Regulation Without Representation MORE (Va.) and Jason ChaffetzJason ChaffetzChaffetz: Threats against lawmakers should be taken seriously Gowdy won't use Oversight gavel to probe Russia The Hill's 12:30 Report MORE (Utah), chairmen of the Judiciary and Oversight committees, respectively, called on the Justice Department to prosecute Clinton for perjury.

The intensifying attacks from Marino, a supporter of Republican presidential nominee Donald TrumpDonald TrumpAt center of Qatar crisis, a billion ransom Chaffetz: Threats against lawmakers should be taken seriously Warren cautions Dems against infighting MORE, and other GOP members come more than a month after the FBI closed its investigation into the server Clinton used while secretary of State and recommended against pressing charges.

It also coincides with Trump’s plummet in battleground state polls.

Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), ranking member of the Oversight Committee, blasted Republicans on Tuesday, calling the new efforts politically motivated.

“The FBI already determined unanimously that there is insufficient evidence of criminal wrongdoing,” Cummings said in a statement. “Republicans are now investigating the investigator in a desperate attempt to resuscitate this issue, keep it in the headlines, and distract from Donald Trump’s sagging poll numbers.”