What Donald Trump had to say about Brett Kavanaugh will likely shock you

Donald Trump reshaped the United States Supreme Court during his time in the White House.

However, the former President seems to be rethinking some of the decisions he made during that time.

And what Donald Trump had to say about Brett Kavanaugh will likely shock you.

When Donald Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, it looked like the advantage would go to the conservatives.

Kavanaugh faced a vicious nominating process but ultimately prevailed, and many looked on in excitement as the court started to tip in the Republicans’ favor.

Or so it appeared.

Trump, and quite frankly many on the Right, are not happy with some of Justice Kavanaugh’s decisions since taking his spot on the bench.

In an interview with Michael Wolff for his book Landslide, the former President didn’t hold back when it came to how he feels about Kavanaugh and his rulings.

“Where would he be without me? I saved his life. He wouldn’t even be in a law firm. Who would have had him? Nobody. Totally disgraced. Only I saved him,” Trump stated.

According to Trump, several Republican Senators wanted him to cut Kavanaugh free after allegations of sexual assault and gang rape arose during the Senate confirmation hearings.

Trump stuck to his guns and fought to keep Kavanaugh.

“Practically every Senator called me . . . and said ‘Cut him loose, sir, cut him loose. He’s killing, Kavanaugh’ . . . I said, ‘I can’t do that,'” Trump told Wolff.

Trump wasn’t happy with Kavanaugh’s ruling to dismiss challenges to the 2020 election, but the former President says it goes deeper than that, and he feels Kavanaugh is cozying up to the Left.

“I can’t even believe what’s happening. I’m very disappointed in Kavanaugh. I just told you something I haven’t told a lot of people. In retrospect, he just hasn’t had the courage you need to be a great justice. I’m basing this on more than just the election,” Trump said.

To many conservatives’ shock, Kavanaugh voted with the liberal justices to uphold Obamacare for a third time.

Donald Trump, and many others, thought they were getting a conservative bulldog when Kavanaugh was placed on the court, but now it appears that Brett Kavanaugh snowed them.

One thing is for sure, though, no one crosses Donald Trump twice.

Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.