Justice Elena Kagan, recalling the two times she met with then-President Barack Obama about U.S. Supreme Court vacancies, told a law school audience recently that the second time “was not better” than the first—even if the result was.

The first interview came after Justice David Souter retired, said Kagan, who served as the Obama administration’s first U.S. solicitor general.

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