Rep. Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanHouse Dem moves to force vote on bill protecting Mueller Collins: 'Extremely disappointing' ObamaCare fix left out of spending deal House poised to vote on .3T spending bill MORE (R-Wis.) became the latest Republican to call for Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen SebeliusKathleen SebeliusPro-dependency advocates miss the mark in attacking Kansas welfare reform Pence breaks tie to confirm Trump's pick for religious ambassador The House needs to help patients from being victimized by antiquated technology MORE to resign over the shaky rollout of the healthcare law. 

On a Tuesday night conference call for Virginia gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli (R), Ryan said, “I do agree” that Sebelius should step down, according to multiple reports.

“I’d probably say that to her if I ever saw her in person,” he said. “It’s becoming more and more clear by the day that they knew the rollout wouldn’t go well.” 

Ryan said she failed to heed warning signs that the exchanges were not ready to be rolled out Oct. 1. 

“That looks like a call she made along with people in the White House,” Ryan said. “And I do believe people should be held accountable.”

Ryan also sent a letter to Sebelius on Tuesday asking why he had not received a response to inquiries made in August about the law's implementation. 

“Your continued silence on these important inquiries after refusing to testify raises serious questions about the administration’s commitment to transparency and accountably,” he said in the letter. 

Sebelius has agreed to testify before the House Energy and Commerce Committee Oct. 30. 

Ryan also asked for a breakdown of the costs associated with the tech surge the Obama administration has touted to repair the website. 

Sen. Pat RobertsCharles (Pat) Patrick RobertsRural America hopes Trump hasn't forgotten his promise Republicans slam Trump's tariffs plan Senate Republicans float legislation to reverse Trump tariffs MORE (R-Kan.) was the first lawmaker to call for Sebelius’s resignation. Since then, a number of Republicans, including Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzTrump can save Republicans and restore sanity to California in 2018 Cruz says Cambridge Analytica assured him its practices were legal Dem battling Cruz in Texas: ‘I can understand how people think this is crazy’ MORE (R-Texas) and Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, have followed suit. 

In an interview Tuesday night on CNN, Sebelius said she had not discussed resignation with President Obama and is focused on fixing the problems. 

“I think my job is to get this fully implemented and to get the website working right,” she said. “And that's really what I'm focused on.  I work at the pleasure of the president, and he is singularly focused on making sure we deliver on this promise. That's what I'm committed to doing.”