House Foreign Affairs Committee ranking member Michael McCaul (R-Texas), on Wednesday called on members of the Senate to block consideration of Gina Raimondo, President Biden’s pick for Commerce secretary, until she clarifies her stance on Chinese telecom giant Huawei.

McCaul was critical of Raimondo’s refusal to commit to keeping Huawei on the Commerce Department’s “entity list” if confirmed, and also around the Biden administration’s unclear stance on the issue.

“Until they make their intentions clear on whether they will keep Huawei on the Entity List, I urge my Senate colleagues to hold Ms. Raimondo’s confirmation,” McCaul said in a statement.

While McCaul as a member of the House does not have the power to block consideration of Raimondo, a spokesperson for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) told The Hill that “all options remain on the table” terms of a potential block.