According to a Republican lawmaker, the GOP-led House is left with no choice but to impeach President Joe Biden after his suggestion that the United States could withhold a shipment of offensive weapons going to Israel if the nation launches a ground operation in Rafah as planned.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), on Thursday, made the case, drawing reference from Democrats’ 2019 impeachment proceeding against former President Donald Trump over his administration holding up aid to Ukraine if certain conditions were not met.

In a post to X, Cotton wrote, “The House has no choice but to impeach Biden based on the Trump-Ukraine precedent of withholding foreign aid to help with reelection. Only with Biden, it’s true,”

There have been calls for Biden’s impeachment since he said during a CNN town hall on Wednesday that he made it clear that if Israel conducts a major ground operation in Rafah, the U.S. is “not going to supply the weapons and artillery shells.”

Rep. Cory Mills (R-FL) told Fox News that he was preparing articles of impeachment for the House to move on. He, like Cotton, said that “the House has no choice but to impeach President ‘Quid pro Joe’ Biden.”

“As Vice President, Biden was caught threatening to withhold funding and aid to Ukraine unless they fired the attorney general investigating Burisma, a company financially benefiting his son Hunter, not to mention the 10% share for ‘the big guy’ himself,” he stated, adding, “Now, Joe Biden is pressuring Israel, our biggest ally in the Middle East, by pausing their funding that has already been approved in the House, if they don’t stop all operations with Hamas. It’s a very clear message, ‘this for that,’” he added.

On Friday, Mills formally filed two articles of impeachment against Biden

Calls for Biden’s impeachment were strengthened by his own call for former President Donald Trump’s impeachment over a similar issue in 2019.

Trump would later be indicted by the Democratic-led House on a charge of abuse of power. The House at the time had accused Trump of withholding aid to Ukraine while asking Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate his political rivals, including Biden, ahead of the 2024 election.

Biden’s remarks come after a report from Israeli officials earlier in the week that the U.S. put a hold on a shipment of ammunition headed to Israel.