Kayleigh McEnany called on Democrats to condemn Rep. Maxine Waters' "insane" call for her supporters to "absolutely harass" Trump administration officials in public. 

Waters (D-Calif.) made the remarks Saturday on MSNBC and said that Trump officials won't "be able to go to a restaurant" or "stop at a gas station," and that people are going to "turn on them."

She also told a crowd of supporters that she wants “history to record" that Democrats "pushed back" against the Trump administration.

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McEnany called Waters' comments "insane" and that the behavior Waters is suggesting isn't what the country needs.

"Every single Democrat should come out and condemn this," she said.

McEnany also criticized Waters for the hypocrisy of once warmly embracing anti-Semitic Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, and now calling for the harassment of Trump staffers.

"This is not what we need in this country," McEnany said.

Waters in the past has claimed that the majority of women polled want President Trump impeached, blasted a lawmaker for mentioning the prospect of "making America great again" and once threatened to "take out" the president.

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UPDATE: President Trump responded to Waters on Twitter Monday afternoon, calling her "an extraordinarily low IQ person."

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