Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Mark Warner, D-Va., has introduced a bill setting down a plan for banning foreign technology such as video-sharing app TikTok. 
Warner is working with Sen. John Thune, R-S.D. on the bill, suggesting that it has bipartisan support. 
The bill is the latest salvo from lawmakers who argue the social media app represents a danger to U.S. citizens, given its close ties to the Chinese government. 
Just last week, the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee approved a bill that would grant the president authority to fully ban TikTok. Several state governments, and a handful of universities, have also banned the app's use on their networks.