Several lawmakers, Republicans and Democrats, are put off by President Trump’s comments Tuesday night mocking the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford, one of the women accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.

During rally in Mississippi, Trump mockingly imitated Ford being hazy on some of the details concerning the alleged incident at a Maryland high school party in the early 1980s.

“‘I don’t know. I don’t know. Upstairs? Downstairs? Where was it? I don’t know. But I had one beer. That’s the only thing I remember,’” Trump said.

The top Democrat in the Senate, Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, called the display "reprehensible" and "beneath common decency." The New York Democrat further called for Trump to offer "an immediate apology" to Ford.

On the other side of the aisle, Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, who will be a key vote for Kavanaugh's confirmation, told reporters on Capitol Hill, "The president's comments were just plain wrong."

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Sen. Angus King, an independent from Maine who caucuses with Democrats, said that Trump made his statements in an attempt to divide me and women and pit them against each other.

"To mock her last night like the president did, he's dividing us into tribes and last night was the most basic tribe of all: Men and women. He's trying to set us against each other,” King told CNN.

He also said the comments “made me feel sort of sick.”

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Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee who vote in favor of Kavanaugh’s nomination to send it to the Senate floor — after which he called for a FBI investigation — said that the rally was no place for Trump to bring up Ford’s allegations and his opinion on the credibility of her account.

“To discuss something this sensitive at a political rally is just not right. It's just not right. I wish he hadn’t have done it. I’ll just say, it’s kind of appalling,” Flake told the "Today" show the morning after Trump’s rally while standing alongside Democratic Sen. Chris Coons, Del.

Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said he was upset by the “vile” comments made by Trump.

"This vile, mocking attack on a credible, immensely powerfully eloquent survivor of sexual assault is a mark of disrespect and disregard not only for Dr. Blasey Ford, but for the entire survivor community,” Blumenthal told CNN.

Ford testified Thursday that she "100 percent" knows it was Kavanaugh who assaulted her, but on certain specifics, including the location of the party, she has unable to provide specifics.

Kavanaugh denies her allegation, as well as those of two other women who have come forward.

Trump granted the FBI a limited weeklong investigation into the allegations before the Senate will vote on Kavanaugh’s confirmation.