Soon after taking the stage at a “Make America Great Again” campaign rally in Wheeling, West Virginia Saturday evening, President Trump wasted no time in taking a swipe at Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA) over her handling of the allegations made against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh by Christine Blasey Ford.

Ford had reportedly sent a letter to Feinstein back in July, alleging that Kavanaugh sexually attacked her at a party 36 years ago when they were both in high school.

Feinstein was reportedly asked to keep it confidential, but over time, news of the letter leaked out to the press. During the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday, Feinstein denied that she or her staff had leaked the letter.

During his rally Saturday night, President Trump mocked Feinstein’s denial, saying, “That was really bad body language. Who knows, maybe she didn’t, but that was the worst body language I’ve ever seen.”

The crowd roared as he imitated Feinstein’s denial. Watch the video below.

Below is Feinstein’s denial which President Trump was mocking.

Within minutes, Feinstein tweeted out the following video Saturday evening, of her statement at Thursday’s hearing.

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  1. Not when it involves a person being appointed to the highest vourt position in the land. Feinstein if you were soooo interested in protecting women, you should have immediately turned it over to Grassley to share with the FBI to order an investigation……there is NOTHING you can say or do to justify your actions

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