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Ohio Republican Governor John Kasich refused to say whether or not he was happy that Brett Kavanaugh got confirmed to the Supreme Court during his appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday morning.

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“The Senate has confirmed Brett Kavanaugh. He is now a justice. Are you happy about that?” asked Dana Bash, who was filling in for Jake Tapper. (RELATED: Confirmed: Brett Kavanaugh Is Now A Supreme Court Justice)

Kasich responded, “Well, I’m not happy about the process.”

“Are you happy, let’s just start with him. Are you happy he’s on the Supreme Court?” Bash followed up.

“It’s not a matter of happy. I mean he’s on the Supreme Court. We have to respect the fact that the Senate made that decision. We have two people who I deeply respect, Murkowski and Collins, two Republican senators that saw it differently,” Kasich responded.

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