Christine Blasey Ford's lawyers said President Trump distressed their client last week when he mocked her testimony against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh at a political rally.

"I think she was as horrified as the rest of us were. It's terrible. It's disrespectful. It's horrible," Debra Katz, one of Ford's attorneys, said during an interview with MSNBC's "Kasie DC" that aired Sunday night.

"She was upset by it, yes, as any woman would be who is the victim of sexual assault, who is mocked and belittled by anyone, never mind the president of the United States," Lisa Banks, another member of Ford's legal team, said.

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While speaking at a rally in Southaven, Miss., Trump parodied Ford's failure to remember details from the night during the summer of 1982 when Kavanaugh allegedly groped her and tried to remove her clothes. "I had one beer and that's the only thing I remember," Trump said.

Kavanaugh, who was confirmed by the Senate and sworn in on Saturday, has denied all the accusations made against him.

Ford's legal counsel also told MSNBC during the pre-recorded interview that the California-based professor and her family were yet to move back into their home due to ongoing threats.

"I don't think she has any regrets because she still believes it was the right thing to do, and that it was important," Banks said of her client.