Former President Donald Trump and House Speaker Rep. Mike Johnson (R-LA) are heading on a collision course over a new Bill set for the House Floor.

According to Breitbart News, Mike Johnson is set to bring a bill that will reauthorize Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). The House on Wednesday will debate and vote on the rule for how the chamber will vote on the Reforming Intelligence and Securing America Act (RISAA). RISAA is a bill aimed at reauthorizing Section 702 of FISA.

FISA’s Section 702 is a highly controversial surveillance law meant to target foreign enemies. The law has, however, been used to target Americans, including President Trump, during the Russia Collusion investigation.

Trump on Wednesday urged lawmakers to end the law.

“Kill FISA, it was illegally used against me and many others. They spied on my campaign!!! DJT,” the former president wrote on his Truth Social account.

Johnson, however, insists that lawmakers must pass the law; otherwise, the Democrat-led Senate will ram through a clean reauthorization.

“I want to be clear about what happens if we fail this week. The Senate is prepared to move a clean extension of FISA and if the House does not pass our bill, we will be forced to accept it next week, because we cannot allow this vital national security tool to go dark,” he said.

Noah Chauvin, a privacy expert at the Brennan Center for Justice, suggested Johnson’s argument is odd and makes no sense.

“If he can’t get a rule passed for RISAA, how does he expect to get a clean reauthorization through the House?”

Trump is not the only high-profile Republican that Johnson will be going against. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) has vowed to vote against the bill.

“I will vote AGAINST the rule to proceed on the FISA bill this week unless we at least have the opportunity to get votes on the things that will fix the problems with it!” Gaetz wrote. “If @SpeakerJohnson is unwilling to fix FISA, we are left wondering what he is indeed willing to fix.”

Rep. John Rose (R-TN) told Breitbart News in a written statement that reauthorizing the FISA Section 702 program without substantial reforms empowers the government to continue warrantlessly surveilling the American people. Rose maintained that the bill goes against what the founders intended when they adopted the Fourth Amendment right to privacy.

House Democrats, including Ranking Member Jerry Nadler (D-NY), have shown reluctance to back FISA in its current format. Nadler and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) want a warrant requirement attached to the bill.