Republican Rep. Peter King thinks Hillary Clinton likely has more links to Russia than President Trump has to the country.

"There is probably more evidence of links between Russia and the Clinton campaign than anyone even could imagine between Russia and people involved in the Trump campaign," the New York lawmaker said in an interview with John Catsimatidis on New York's AM 970.

King said he is not aware of "any evidence whatsoever of any collusion" between Trump's campaign and Russia.

King's claims about Clinton have become a common GOP talking point.

In March, White House press secretary Sean Spicer shifted to Clinton's dealings with Russia when pressed on the Senate Intelligence Committee's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

"It was Hillary Clinton who was the architect of the last administration's failed 'Reset' policy. She told Russian state TV it was designed to strengthen Russia. That was their goal, to strengthen Russia. She used her office to make concession after concession, selling off one-fifth of our country's uranium, paid speeches, paid deals, getting personal calls from Vladimir Putin. If you really want to talk about a Russian connection and the substance, that's where we should be looking, that, not there," Spicer said.