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Sasse warns 'jackassery' for on-camera moments in Congress could happen in Supreme Court

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Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., told Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson that he would oppose on-camera Supreme Court proceedings because it could potentially lead to the moments of "jackassery" that he believes Congress performs in for televised moments.