Rep. Joe Morelle, D-NY-25, is calling for President Donald to withdraw his nominee for U.S. Marshal in the Western District of New York.

The Buffalo News reported over the weekend, Trump had nominated former Erie County Central Police Services Commissioner Peter Vito for the post. Vito currently owns a private investigation service in Buffalo.

Morelle said it is a long-standing tradition the Western District U.S. attorney hails from Buffalo while the marshal comes from his district in Rochester. He called Vito’s nomination a slap in the face to Monroe County residents.

The congressman also criticized the president for nominating an ally of Rep. Chris Collins, R-NY-27. Vito served as Central Police Services Commissioner when Collins was Erie County Executive.

“Selecting someone for a law enforcement position based on a recommendation from an indicted Representative facing federal felony charges is an insult,” Morelle said.

Collins is currently awaiting trial on insider trading charges. He has made several appointment recommendations to the president, including attorney John Sinatra for a federal judgeship and former Republican Assemblywoman Jane Corwin to chair the International Joint Commission, but neither have been confirmed by the U.S. Senate yet.