Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Monday was harassed at Washington’s Reagan National Airport by protesters opposed to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

McConnell (R-Ky.) has vowed that Kavanaugh will sit on the high court, despite allegations of sexual assault that have caused some Republican senators to waver on supporting him. 

Video aired on "Fox & Friends" Tuesday shows McConnell looking straight ahead and not responding as several female protesters badger him about Kavanaugh and sexual assault.

Liberal activist Ady Barkan tweeted a video of the women confronting McConnell, asking how many personal stories the Senate Majority Leader needs to hear before he believes survivors.

In a scathing speech from the Senate floor on Monday, McConnell said Democrats want a "totally unbounded fishing expedition of indefinite duration" into the accusations against Kavanaugh in order to "delay this matter past the election."

On "Fox & Friends" Tuesday, Republican National Committee spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany said McConnell won't be intimidated by protesters.

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"He is subject to these kind of protests -- these crazy protests -- all the time on immigration and other issues," McEnany said. "As he said with the immigration protests, this is not about persuasion, this is about intimidation."

She noted that Rep. Maxine Waters (R-Calif.) infamously called for Democrats to harass Republican lawmakers and members of the Trump administration in public.

"It's a ridiculous tactic for these activists to be in an airport yelling that the Republican Party is the party of 'pro-rape.' Give me a break," McEnany said.

She said if these women are truly concerned about sexual assault, then they should be looking into Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), who's facing allegations of domestic violence from an ex-girlfriend.

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