President Trump on Saturday mocked Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., for claiming she didn’t leak the details of a letter written by Christine Blasey Ford accusing Brett Kavanaugh, the newly sworn in Supreme Court justice, of sexual assault.

“Remember the leaking, right? The leaking Dianne Feinstein,” Trump said during a rally in Topeka, Kan.

Feinstein was criticized by Senate Republicans for her handling of Ford’s allegation against Kavanaugh, which Ford detailed in a letter to Feinstein at the end of July.

Some believed Feinstein’s office leaked the details of the alleged assault, which Ford said occurred in the summer of 1982, to maximize the damage on Kavanaugh’s nomination.

But during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing late last month, during which Ford and Kavanaugh both testified, Feinstein denied neither she nor her staff leaked the letter to the press.

Imitating Feinstein, Trump said, “’No, I didn’t, I don’t think. Wait? Did we leak? No, he said no, we didn’t leak.’”

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Trump, though, said Feinstein demonstrated poor body language when she was confronted about leaking Ford’s confidential letter.

“Was that the worst body language you have ever seen? Was that the worst?” he said. “’No, I didn't leak.’ No, she didn't leak. That's what you are dealing with.”

Ford’s allegation against Kavanaugh roiled his already contentious confirmation process. But the Senate approved his nomination in a 50-48 vote Saturday, ending a historic partisan battle over a Supreme Court seat.

Kavanaugh was sworn in as the newest justice on the high court hours after the vote.