The office of Senator Kamala Harris is denying claims that the chief of staff — not Harris herself — bluntly rebuffed a courtesy call from White House Counsel Don McGahn regarding the Supreme Court pick.

An anonymous senior White House aide reportedly told Fox News that Harris' staffer dismissed the call, telling a McGahn aide, "We want nothing to do with you."

According to Fox, the White House said that McGahn called the office of every Senate Judiciary Committee Member, which included Harris, regarding the SCOTUS confirmation process, and the one belonging to the California Senator was the only one to "reject the discussion."

Harris' office has denied the claim, saying that while they did indeed speak with McGahn, the quote is not accurate.

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Republicans and Democrats are firing volleys on the Senate floor over President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to become the newest member of the Supreme Court. (July 10)

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Still, Harris has made her opinion of President Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick, Brett Kavanaugh, clear, writing on Twitter that she plans to oppose his nomination because he "represents a direct and fundamental threat to the rights and health care of hundreds of millions of Americans."

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Harris is far from alone in her outspoken opposition against Kavanaugh. Prominent Democrats including Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D. - Calif.), Sen. Bernie Sanders (D. - Vermont), Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D. - Calif.), and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D. - New York), among others, have all voiced concern about the nominee.

Nevertheless, Trump says he believes Kavanaugh has received "rave reviews" from both Republicans and Democrats.

Alyssa Pereira is an SFGATE staff writer. Email her at apereira@sfchronicle.com or find her on Twitter at @alyspereira.