Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s two young daughters had to be rushed from their dad’s Tuesday’s confirmation hearing after it got too “hot.”
Democratic senators repeatedly interrupted the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, seeking to delay the confirmation of Trump’s SCOTUS nominee. Many times, it got nasty as the lawmakers questioned Kavanaugh’s character.
A number of “sources" told the Washington Examiner that the two Margaret and Liza, had to be rushed out of the hearing by their mother.
“It was very unpleasant for young children," one source said.
Watch some of the tense moments from the hearing via Fox News:
Margaret is 13 years old, and Liza is only 10.
Small groups of hecklers also took turns disrupting the hearing by shouting chants like “hell no Kavanaugh” and claiming the nominee would destroy women’s rights.
At one point, far-left Women's March organizer Linda Sarsour was arrested for her extreme antics.
Watch some of the footage below:
The Women's March claimed credit for disrupting the hearing and said 30 women were arrested.
"From @womensmarch: 30+women arrested so far during Kavanaugh hearing. Women’s March leaders took part in the protests alongside Women’s March co-founders Linda Sarsour and Bob Bland, Women’s March Senior Advisor Winnie Wong, and Orange is the New Black creator Piper Perabo," CNN reporter Kyung Lah tweeted.