Kavanaugh accusers say Federal Bureau of Investigation hasn't contacted them

WATCH: President Trump mocks Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Trump's Supreme Court pick Judge Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, during rally in Mississippi.

Trump also said in response to a reporter's question that it "would not be acceptable" if Kavanaugh had lied to Congress during his testimony.

Ford claims she told a therapist about the alleged sexual assault during a session in 2012 where she was accompanied by her husband, though she has admitted that Kavanaugh was never named.

"I had one beer, right?"

"'How did you get home?' 'I don't remember.' 'How'd you get there?' 'I don't remember.' 'Where is the place?' 'I don't remember.' 'How many years ago was it?' 'I don't know".

"I don't remember", he said repeatedly, apparently mocking her testimony. "There have been a lot of people over the a year ago that have lied to Congress, and to me that would not be acceptable". "Whatever that means, according to the senators and the Republicans and the Republican majority, I want them to do that", Trump said at a White House news conference. I don't know, upstairs, downstairs, where was it?

But Trump spent much of the rally lamenting the treatment of Kavanaugh by Democrats, whose attacks, he said, had taken their toll on the judge's family. Writing in all capital letters, Trump said when he goes to political rallies, which are organised by Republicans, he sees that voters are angry at the "vicious and despicable" way Democrats are treating his nominee.

Meanwhile, Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court hangs in the balance.

He says it's important that senators have a chance to ask directly about what the FBI investigated, what evidence they collected and who they interviewed.

The White House - through press secretary Sarah Sanders and others - has dismissed all the allegations against him as old news that had been litigated during the campaign. "I don't know", he added, to cheers from supporters.

Garrett is at least the fifth person known to have been interviewed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation since last Friday, when the White House directed the Federal Bureau of Investigation to look into allegations of sexual misconduct dating back to Kavanaugh's high school and college years.

What do they have to do with Kavanaugh?

"I do think it brings up what's at stake in this election", Wicker said.

In the days since, one of the nominee's former classmates at Yale University issued a statement alleging that, as a student, Kavanaugh was "a frequent drinker and a heavy drinker" who often became "belligerent and aggressive" during his binges.

And finally, President Donald Trump was asked about what his message was to young men, in the face of these allegations against Kavanaugh.

"We will not be intimidated by these people", McConnell said. "That is a very, very hard standard", Trump told reporters on the South Lawn of the White House.

Trump's mocking remarks come amid a protracted and heated confirmation process for Kavanaugh.

Both Murkowski and Collins on Tuesday said they are satisfied with the scope and pace of the FBI's background investigation.

Attorneys for Ford consequently sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray and FBI General Counsel Dana Boente on Tuesday, which said that although Ford had pledged her cooperation wth the investigation after President Donald Trump authorized it on Friday, the organization has not responded to their inquiries and has not identified the agents responsible for conducting the inquiry.

Swetnick said in a declaration that Kavanaugh was physically abusive toward girls in high school and was at a house party in 1982 where she says she was the victim of a gang rape.

Ford's legal team told Fox News that Ford stands by her testimony.

Lawyers for two women who accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct say they fear the FBI is not conducting a thorough investigation, as Republican leaders steer toward a decisive vote on the nomination this week.

Vanessa Coleman