President Trump thanked his Republican constituents on Monday for standing by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh throughout his tumultuous confirmation process.

Speaking at the International Association of Chiefs of Police's annual convention in Orlando, Florida, Trump said that he saw Kavanaugh as a "flawless" nominee.

He joked with the crowd that upon nominating him, he told Kavanaugh that he expected a quick and easy confirmation process.

"[Kavanaugh] said 'Mr. President, this is the greatest honor of my life.' ... So I haven't heard him say that again to me, but I think he still believes it," Trump said.

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The president went on to say that the accusations made against Kavanaugh were "very unfair," but that the new associate justice "toughed it out."

"It was a disgraceful situation brought about by people that are evil," he said.

He thanked the Republican senators for supporting Kavanaugh and not backing down amid the numerous accusations against him.

"We don't give up. You don't give up. We don't give up," he said. "He's going to be a great Supreme Court justice. Watch. A great one."

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