The White House asked Republican Sen. Kevin Cramer to block voting on a resolution that would have formally recognized the so-called Armenian genocide, the Axios news site reported Thursday.

Cramer said he does not think it is “the right time” to pass the resolution, Axios cited two sources familiar with the matter as saying.

The senator allegedly cited President Donald Trump’s meeting with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan at this week’s NATO summit in London, saying the resolution could harm the Trump administration’s diplomatic efforts.

This is the third time the White House has stepped in asking lawmakers

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